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Grimy washing line? *

Avoid getting marks on clean laundry by
running a damp sheet of Plenty along your
washing line before pegging out clothes.

Smelly bin or shoes? *

A drop of fabric softener or essential oil
on a sheet of Plenty will keep a bin, drawer
or pair of shoes fresh and fragrant.

Wilting salad? *

To stop pre-picked salad leaves going
soggy in the bag, pop a sheet of Plenty inside with
the leaves and put back into the fridge.

Stainless steel
not so stainless?

Remove black tarnish on
uncoated aluminium pans by
boiling water with several slices of
fresh lemon. Pour the water away
and rub over the area
with a sheet of Plenty.

Mucky microwave? *

Pop a lemon wedge into a bowl of water
and microwave for 3 minutes. Stand for
a few minutes, then wipe inside the
microwave with a sheet of Plenty to
clean surface grease and freshen up.

Dirty wipers? *

To keep your windscreen wiper blades
sparkly clean and free of grease, squeeze
some lemon juice onto a sheet of Plenty
and gently wipe each blade.

Murky windows?

Ensure your windows and mirrors are
smear-free by cleaning them with a
little white vinegar and buffing to a
shine with Plenty.

Soggy rice? *

Place a couple of sheets of
Plenty over a saucepan of
almost-cooked rice. Leave for
5 minutes and the sheets
will absorb excess moisture.

Limescale in the loo?

Sprinkle in some washing soda crystals, leave to soak
overnight, flush away and then wipe clean with Plenty.
Note: Do not flush Plenty down the toilet.

Dust you can’t reach? *

Wrap a sheet of Plenty around a ruler
or thin piece of wood to dust behind
radiators or under the telly.

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soaking up spills from fiona, kelso

plenty is great for soaking up spills all u need is one sheet and it does the job:)

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pint size from carol, london

plenty's so thick, plenty's so plenty, it's bulky, it's strong and it's very sturdy, cut it in half and you will have plenty-- double usuage

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Protecting you best plates from Lydia, Camberley

I put a sheet of Plenty between each of my best dinner plates to protect the tops from being scratched by the rough underside of the plate above.

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Mirror, Mirror from anjie, dudley

I use 1 side of 1 square of plenty with the cleaning product on my mirrors, wiping well into all the corners. I then turn the sheet over to buff the mirror to s smear free shine.

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fresh from sidh, london

one wipe can clen all your spills

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removing limescale from agnieszka, woking

if you want to remove lame scale from your taps soak paper towel in vinegar and wrap it around taps

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cleaning stainless steel from Louise, Bristol

To get the best results cleaning stainless steel use baby oil and plenty!

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twins messy from sarah, pontypool

i've always got a roll of the super strong, on the twins lap when eating to save there clothes. clean up food paint etc brilliant

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White Vinegar from Amanda, Hinckley

Use Plenty with a dab of white vinegar to clean stubborn water stains in saucepans.

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Growing Seeds on PLenty from Sheila, Manchester

I always start my seedlings off on a damp piece of Plenty inside one of those zipper plastic bags. Leave on the window ledge in the sun and they grow a treat!

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Colour from Ellyn, Letchworth

different colours to match the kitchen!

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Art from Gem, Romsey

Keep the empty rolls to use for art activities, make a space rocket or gnome house- let your kids imagination run wild!

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Beauty tip from Lindsey, St. Helens

When soaking off '2 week' no chip nail polish, soak a tiny piece of plenty in false nail remover and place over polished nail. Cover the piece of Plenty with a small piece of kitchen foil and leave for 5 mins....remove foil and Plenty and buff the no chip polish right off in seconds! Saving a trip to the salon and the Β£8-10 fee they charge to remove the polish for you!

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Save plenty from J, Manchester

Plenty is really strong so when I've wiped up a minor spill, I leave the piece of used tissue on the side. It can then be used for the next spill.

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Soda Crystals from clare, Carlton-in-Lindrick

Add a scoop of soda crystals to your wash powder when doing the white wash, and see the difference.

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Cleaning a dishwasher from Kim, South Shields

Add a cup of white vinegar to an empty dishwasher, and run through a hot cycle to clean it.

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Ever lasting Paint Brushes from m, Peterborough

To keep your paint brushes from drying up when you want to take a break but not necessarily wash the brushes out. Place them into a freezer bag and tie. This will stop the air drying them out and allow you to go back to your painting when ready.

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lemon from Personalised, illford

lemon juice works as a wonderful whitner

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Baking from Charlie, Gosport

Always use to line tupperware when baking.

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The Obvious One... from Beccy, Colchester

Use it to wipe after going to the toilet. Use a damp piece to wipe your baby if you run out of baby wipes.

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Vinegar from Nessie, Edinburgh

A little drop of vinegar in warm water makes your mirrors sparkle

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Bicarbonate of Soda from Emma, Edinburgh

A little bicarb on your Plenty makes easy work of greasy stove tops.

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Vinegar from Loraine, Edinburgh

A little drop of white vinegar in warm water will leave windows sparkling.

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Handy for wrapping kinds sandwiches in from c, Manchester

I use Plenty to wrap the kids packed lunch sandwiches in. Better for the environment than tin foil & one piece is the correct size. Handy and convenient.

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Beauty at home from Claire, Thetford

I use mine to lay my make up brushes on after they have been washed so they dry quicker.

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Squeaky clean house from Leanne, Liverpool

I use plenty all round my house I clean dust away with a baby wipe then dry off with plenty no more dust! I also use plenty on my windows I spray with window cleaner then rub away with plenty leaves my windows sparkly

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Snakes Alive from Rachael, margate

I use a sheet of plenty for cleaning the inside of the snake tanks.

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cleaning the toilet from Abbie, fareham

when i clean my toilet i used to use a j cloth, and i would bin it after cleaning my bath room. so i was spending loads of money each month buying cloths. i now use plenty, it is more cost effienct and also it is really touch, strong and harder to rip.

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window tip! from Meddy, London

clean windows with vinegar and plenty for a good shine!

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dish drying from Personalised, iford

plenty superstrong is much more hygenic at drying dishes than tea towel

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children from Personalised, london

keep a sheet of plenty in lunch bag to mop up any spills

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Veg Help from Clare, Stamford

Use plenty to put veggies on after peeling before roasting

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Perfect for cleaning up messy Toddlers from Kerry, Surrey

Plenty is ideal to use as a gentle cloth for wiping messy babies & toddlers after their meals :-)

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Orange Juice from Ryan, Witney

OJ is perfect to wipe up

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lady from heidi, essex

I use it to clean my windows with window cleaner spray

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Shelf protector from John, Dagenham

If you want to put something on your fridge shelf but it's too warm and you risk cracking the glassware try placing 2 or 3 sheets of plenty on top of the shelf to protect it.

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Veg Prep from Clare, Stamford

Use when you are peeling potatoes and vegetables

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Decorating with Plenty from linda, Rochester

Spent the last 2 months painting and wall papering 3 rooms.......... wouldn't be without a couple of sheets of TOTALLY WET plenty. It's great for wiping up paint spills or removing wet emulsion from gloss paint and vice versa when paint splatters occur, also good for removing loose bristles from brushes when painting, not to mention wiping fingers of paint and glue.

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Window Cleaning from Vicky, Clevedon

Always use Plenty when using cleaning windows as using a cloth just smears the windows.

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Yogurt strainer from Sharon, Stoke on Trent

Line a large sieve with a couple of sheets of plenty before pouring natural yogurt through. The liquid will pour through and leave you with a rich thick greek style yogurt.

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Messy High Chair from Latoyah, London

Spray with Miltons, dampen a sheet of Plenty and wipe clean. Easy as 1, 2, 3

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vinegar from dana, derry

soaking garments in vinegar helps remove stains

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washing machine wipe out from Abbie, fareham

Fill a bowl with a table spoon of washing gel/powder, a little washing up liquid and module remover. Get a sheet of plenty super strong and dunk in bowl of cleaning product. then simply wipe out the washing machine. rinse and repeat. keeps it nice and clean.

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No Smear Worktops from Amy, winchester

Plenty is great for going over worktops, other kitchen rolls just make them smeary!

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Carpet Spills! from kerry, whitchurch

Plenty is great for mopping up spills on the carpet, it really gets deep into the carpet unlike other kitchen rolls!

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Good for the garage from Louise, Ogden, Newhey, Rochdale

I have given my husband a roll of Super Strong to use in the garage. It means I am not continually washing dirty rags.

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cleaning windows from zoe, bristol

I always use plenty when cleaning my windows to buff the window cleaner off and it leaves a sparkling shine

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All spills! from Ian, Baildon

Use for food oils

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quick clean up from Louise, avon

use plenty for cleaning the side in the kitchen in a flash

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food fresh from ang, skemersdale

If you damp kitchen roll and lie lettuce leafs on it they 'll will last twice as long

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coffee from B, Hull

instead of emptying out coffee grounds from your coffee pot, and making a big mess, tip them into a sheet of kitchen roll and they are ready to re-cycle :)

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blot spills on carpets to soak up from claire, IPSWICH

WHEN MOPPING UP CARPET SPILLS, DO NOT RUB! BLOT THE SPILL UNTIL IT LIFTS OFF THE CARPET

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Asthma suffer from Jackie, Walsall

If you have an asthma suffer in the house, try damp dusting. slightly dampen a sheet of plenty and use this to dust. It helps stop dust and pollon going in to the ir, which happens with dry dusting

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shiny windows and more from emily, harrogate

after wiping down your areas (windows, work surfaces etc) with a damp cloth, get some plenty and gently buff the area for a streak free shine

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NHS WORKER from LINDA, LLANFAIRFECHAN

WIPE UP SPILLAGES BEFORE THEY DRY

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saving from john, WEMBLEY

use only one sheet at a time

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Dabbing spillages from Darren, Bristol

If you use Plenty to dab spills on carpets rather than rubbing with a cloth you are more likely to lift it without staining

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No more washing up cloths from Elizabeth, Whitstable

It's as simple as that. Great for doing the washing up, wipe round the bottom of the oven and throw away. Sorted.

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super fruit absorber from Angela, leeds

When fruit in a punnet has been washed, shake out excess water &stand on a sheet of folded plenty in the fridge, gets it chilled quick without a puddle in the fridge

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Antibacterial Spray from Michael, Bournemouth

I love to use Plenty along with antibacterial spray when cleaning and wiping down dirty surfaces.

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felt tip from vanessa, Basildon

use cheap hairspray and 1 sheet of plenty to get rid of felt tip marks off wood

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clean windows from chris, rossington doncaster

use plenty super strong to clean windows for a lint free finish

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Use Super Strong Like A Cloth from Shirley, Birmingham

Plenty Super Strong is so incredibly strong that I keep some in my cleaning kit as they can be wrung out and used a couple times before they need to be thrown away-fantastic!

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wash away from jade, liverpool

Place in fridge to absorb smells

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wash me from beccy, amersham

use me wet i'm tough i can handle it

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Ciff cleans everything! from stacy, Southampton

Ciff on a bit of Plenty will clean EVERYTHING! Even permanant marker

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just one from corinna, Southampton

just use one sheet and start from one side

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Great from Hayley, Nottingham

Great for giving to my daughter to wipe her hands on whilst she's having dinner

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Windows from Nadine, Chesterfield

I use newspaper to clean my windows and they always come out sparkling and I get to recycle my old newspapers

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Cleaning the cooker from Abbie, fareham

I have found that if i spray cleaning product onto my cooker, wait and then wipe with plenty it lifts the dirt better then a cloth. It also doesn't leave any fibers on my cooker.

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keep kids happy from dana, derry

We have had such a spell of bad weather that my children have been making lots of things in the house. Plenty is brilliant for painting on as paint and water absorb so quickly so that even something as messy as painting can be clean.

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Pet Mess from Melanie, Battersea

Use half a sheet of plenty to wipe out your pet's food dish/bowl so you can always have another bit for the next time, to save sheets and time!

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Kids Fruit Juice from Emily, leeds

I find that I mainly use Plenty for kids juices like fruit shoot because they always get splashes ***. I also use it for normal squash and I am impressed at how absorbent it is!

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SUPER from Samantha, manchester

Fold the sheet in half and you can soak up spills without effort!

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dust free furniture from GENINE, milton keynes

a small amount of baby oil on your sheet of plenty wiped over wood (sealed, treated or veneered) furniture will keep the dust away for longer, first did this nearly 20 years ago when i had black ash furniture and now use on my walnut furniture. as Plenty is a strong towel you only need to use one sheet :-) however dont use this on untreated wood!

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mess free ice cream and lolly from amanda, sheffield

wrap a sheet of plenty around ice cream or lolly to catch the drips, no more messy fingers

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Dusting from Iris, Neston

Instead of using the duster and getting dust all over the house, try using a wet cleanning wipe, which cleans and dusts at the same time. It's great for allergy sufferers.

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In the microwave! from Faye, Preston

I use Plenty to cover food when re-heating in the microwave!

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Biro off shirts from m, Watford

Put a sheet of Plenty underneath a biro stain on a shirt, spray hairspray and watch the stain dissolve onto the Plenty. Wash as normal.

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sparkling taps & shower from mel, Bath

soak some tissue in normal white vinegar, place around limescale area on taps, leave overnight, remove the following morning and all limescale will be gone!

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fridge from kim, belfast

I use plenty at the bottom of my fridge vegetable drawer..if strawberries go mushy and leak it mops it right up...so well there's no stain under the plenty

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CLEANING BLACK GLASS from Gloria, Grimsby

BRILLIANT FOR THIS WITH WINDOW CLEANER

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STOP FROZEN FINGERS from Gloria, Grimsby

HOLD A FROZEN ICE POP SO IT ABSORBS WATER

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wine from darren, neath

good for wine spills

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Clean microwave from Nick, Aylesford

wipe microwave out with a sheet of plenty after each time you use it, means less cleaning later.

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Draining coffee grounds from Rachael, Bargoed

We use a French Press to make coffee, so when emptying the container, we add a small amount of water to the grounds, place a plenty kitchen towel over the top, hold it tightly, and let the water drain through while catching all of the grounds, thus preventing them going down the sink!

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Patience is a virtue from Laura, BRENTWOOD

Spray cleaning solution onto a stubborn food spillage and walk away from it, come back to it a while later and wipe away with super strong plenty, if it needs some more elbow grease then the kitchen roll won't break away

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kids from kirsty, selkirk

when your toddler is eating use a sheet of plenty as a napkin

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window washing from nicole, birmingham

lather up liquid detergent in paper and wipe windows with the same paper rinse it out and take off soap, then up can also use it to semi dry windows.

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when you're out of baby wipes from h, surrey

keep a sheet in a Tupperware of water with some baby bath and use as wet wipe when run out or on a picnic

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Pet food bowl scrub from Francesca, Crewe

I always use plenty to clean out the pet's bowl as it stays together under water and more cost effective than using a sponge ;)

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Clean up after baby! from Lydia, Arundel

One sheet is enough to clean up after my very messy baby, her highchair and the floor!

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alternative to tea towel from sara, darlington

dry pots and pans with it instead of using a tea towel

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clean up those lil messes from kasim, birmingham

use one sheet to wipe away those drips and spills when you're cooking! much easier than using sprays and blue cloths.

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Cleaning pet bowl from Francesca, Crewe

use a sheet of plenty to scrub your pet food bowl clean, saves wasting a sponge and the plenty sheets don't fall apart under water.

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f from Abbeygayle, Brierley hill

perfect for cleaning up kids mess when they have eaten

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blocked up sink? from claire, birmingham

Ever been annoyed that after washing the dishes, the sink is clogged with bits of food?? well, grab a sheet of plenty and use that to pick up the bits of food! unlike other brands, it doesn't fall apart in the water and means you can get rid of the bits of leftovers!

  • 36 people like this comment

Bacon Fat Clean Up from katie, Barnsley

I use just one sheet of plenty to dab off the fat from my bacon once it's cooked, it's suprising how much of a difference it makes.

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2 wipe from Jade, Manchester

Use plenty with anti bacterial spray to clean your kitchen surfaces.

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Wiping! from samantha, shrivenham

Just wet 1 sheet of plenty with water and use to dust rather than buying those fluffy yellow dusters. And don't forget to rinse off the dust when dirty and re-use your sheet!

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Keep it in the car from Steph, Cardiff

useful for spills from children on car seats

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Food Covers from CHERYL, Gloucester

I use a kitchen roll as a food cover in the microwave. It saves making a mess, and stops food from overheating.

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dusting from paula, coventry

Use sheets of pleanty rather than dusters when dusting your home, you can throw them away when finshed rather than having to store or wash dirty dusters.

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Planting from Lisa, Bristol

Use Plenty to sprout beans with the kids. Plenty folded in half and wrapped around the inside of a jam jar is perfect. Add your bean and give a little water daily...then watch the bean sprout. My class love it!

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Vinegar & Plenty = Magic! from Cameron, Dumfries

Always use Vinegar & Plenty to clean up any stains! *** works every time, whether it be on clothes or tabletops.

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Drain Salad from George, Letchworth

Instead of getting a colander out to wash a few lettuce leaves for a sandwich I wash them in my hands and then lay them on a sheet of Plenty to soak up the water. It often leaves them dryer than draining them in a colander, perfect for putting in a sandwich! Don't forget you then have a wet cloth to use to clean up after yourself as well :)

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duster from annie, harwich

I use my plenty as a duster, as the usual yellow fibre ones leave bits ***, where as a sheet of plenty works perfect for a streak free lint free sheen

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money saving from stacey, peterborough

i use plenty instead of buying cloths and that way i always have a clean cloth

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Cleaning the stove top from karen, London

Get burnt on grease off stove by using plenty

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reflection from francesca, london

clean the bathroom mirror

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splash cover from marian, maldon

as a splash cover in the microwave, great.

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clean spills as soon as they occur from jenni, Storrington

As soon as a drink is spilled mop it up with plenty, dab with a mild soapy solution and dry again

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microwave clean from Mark, Basingstoke

Put half a lemon into a bowl of water, microwave until very hot then wipe microwave inside for an easy clean.

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Window Cleaning from Nicola, Newton-le-Willows

Spray white vinegar on your windows and wipe off with plenty super strong kitchen towel to leave your windows clean and steak free.

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EVERYTHINK from vicky, england

i used plenty for everything cleaning my windows mirrors and glasses it doesnt leave tissue residue like the rest of them

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microwave from Michelle, skem

To clean the microwave put in a cup with half hot water and half lemon juice whack the micro up to full power for 30 seconds then wipe clean!

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White vinegar from Bev, york

It's a great all rounder, for cleaning mirrors, windows wiping the floors. I also really love the scent!

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Method from Laura, Plymouth

Use the big one sheets as table mats.

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tap clean from karen, cambridge

make a paste of bicarb and vinager. Paste onto taps with limescale. Wrap some plenty over the top. Leave overnight and wipe away residue with the plenty towel and hey presto! Super shiny taps!

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WASTE NOT WANT NOT from jacqueline, Leeds

I always just run my paper town back under the water when ive used it and leave it to try out and then you can use it again :)

  • 36 people like this comment

Simple! from aman, Walsal

Before you iron your whites, wipe the surface of the iron with a wet Plenty towel which will prevent any marks transferring on to clean washing.

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very strong from Anna, glasgow

this plenty are very strong and usefull.

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window frame cleaning from catherine, Rathfriland

use a damp sheet of plenty superstrong to clean dusty window frames and sills. no more overspray of polish on your glass!

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Toilet Training from Allan, Kilwinning

Use as an alternative to dog toilet training pads.

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smear free almost from lorraine, brighton

i use plenty when cleaning my windows less use of paper towel minimum amount of smear perfect

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dusting from jessica, leicester

try dusting with plenty

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use wipes to clean inside of your car they last longer from rachael, birmingham

use wipes to clean inside of your car too

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kids art from mark, neath

i found that when the kids come home with art homework we use plenty to clean up mess clean the brushs as well as using in the art for paper mashancing and tie dyeing nd using in different art projects and then i can use them to clean all the mess up

  • 34 people like this comment

Fridge Drawers from Sarah, Chesterfield

Line your fridge fruit and veg drawers with a sheet of plenty, it keeps them much easier to clean out.

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Don't use a sponge from Claire, Newcastle under Lyme

Don't use a sponge especially on a messy spill. It will ruin your sponge for washing up. Always use a kitchen towel and get up as quick as you can.

  • 34 people like this comment

efficient from debbie, harrogate

multi purpose, multi use. dont buy lots of different products when this one will do !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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steam clean from pamela, norwich

grate for wipe down after steam cleaning worktops super absorbent

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Quick from Abigail, Worthing

Mop up quick

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getting rid of oil marks from emma, wrexham

use bicarbonate of soda and a hot towel of plenty.

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Writing on your hand from Rosa, london

spray deodorant onto pen marks on your hand and wipe

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Windows from L, Kettering

To give your windows extra shine after cleaning, buff with sheet of plenty

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Carpet Stains from D, Worthing

Sprinkle with bicarb and leave for a short time and brush off with a piece of plenty.

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glass from sammy, hull

ive found that instead of using glass cleaner just use plenty on glass just a bit of rubbing and the glass is smear free and clean

  • 31 people like this comment

clean from kelly, mansfield

if coffie is stuck on your owrk top ur sparkling water lifts it off right away

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use to clean windowes from mandy, SMETHWICK

spray with window clener then wipe off with plenty

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it is so good for any mess from mandy, SMETHWICK

i use it for every thing inclouding drying my cat when he has been out in the rain

  • 34 people like this comment

fatty bacon from Chris, hockley

Use one sheet as a base , place the cooked dripping bacon on to it then use another to press down on top. This will quickly soak up any extra oily fat and save on those unwanted extra calories.

  • 33 people like this comment

Keeping smells out your dishwasher from Jackie, Aberdeen

When making garlic butter and you have leftovers round the bowl, wipe it out with plenty and throw in the bin. That way you won't transfer the smell to your dishwasher.

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cleaning cutlery from helen, Redditch

Use a dab of HP sauce to clean your stainless steel cutlery to a shine - put it on a piece of plenty and rub in gently. Dont forget to rinse the cutlery off afterwards!

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dusty blinds from robert, newcastle upon tyne

use a sheet of damp plenty on dusty blinds in your home, dust clings to the sheet making the blins clean and fresh

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Stains at Parties from Rosie, Bournemouth

Before you have friends round for a party set up a 'stain station' with stain remover spray and a roll of super strong Plenty. Then when something gets spilled on the carpet there's no panic trying to find what you need before it stains - just grab your stain station and clean it up in seconds!

  • 31 people like this comment

lunch box from alan, belfast

Line kids lunch box with a short of plenty ,it keeps the box clean and soaks up any spillages

  • 32 people like this comment

sparkling tiles from karen, newcastle upon tyne

use plenty to clean tiled surfaces as it leaves no bits on the tiles just a sparkling shine

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clean from shaun, durham

use washing up liqud to get grease stains out the microwave

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Folding strengthens from Catherine, Gloucester

I find if I fold one square twice, so it's 1/4 of it's size it will last much longer, does a good job at absorbing and if it get's dirty I can fold it the other way, making the most out of one sheet.

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rinse and repeat from Sasha, great torrington

when cleaning the sink and worksurfaces, as soon as the sheet of plenty starts to get to wet or dirty i rinse it under the tap and ring it out

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Soaking up excess fat when cooking from Hannah, Attleborough

When my sister makes her Chicken Escalopes she fries the chicken in breadcrumbs and then places them onto kitchen roll to soak up some of the excess fat and piles them chicken/kitchen roll/chicken/kitchen roll until she has cooked them all (there is normally a lot of them for all our family!)

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Window cleaning from Frank, Bournemouth

Ideal for polishing windows

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babys dribble from jenny, ashby

i keep a sheet handy when feeding baby to clear up any dribbley bits.

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fruit and veg from angela, hounslow

use Plenty to wipe dry your washed fruit

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Cat hair from Laura, Windsor

A damp sheet of plenty works well for picking up cat hair off the sofa.

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Cheap baby wipes from Victoria, Penmaenmawr

Cut your plenty roll in half, put it in a tub, add a cup of water, a tbsp of coconut oil and half a tbsp of baby bath and leave to soak. Then simply remove cardboard inner tube and pull the "wipes" from the middle. Much cheaper than commercial baby wipes and with no chemicals!

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Keeping it fresh from amanda, Plymouth

I wet some Plenty generously then wrap any fresh herbs I have bought in the kitchen towel and place in the fridge- keeps the herbs alive for longer

  • 34 people like this comment

anti static from heather, york

use a dry sheet of plenty super strong as a anti static duster to pick up dust on tv screens and glass tables.

  • 38 people like this comment

Cleaning George Formby Grill from GILLIAN, Ripon

Allow grill surface to warm up but not too hot. Use a wet Plenty sheet and rub the surface of the grill to make cleaning easy!

  • 35 people like this comment

white trainers from stephen, Mitcham

use to clean black marks off trainers when you dip the tissue into nail vanish remover

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grasy frying pan from alexia, lymm

wipe out pan with plenty to get rid of grease before washing

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Re-using your sheet from Personalised, Coventry

Use your sheet to remove spills and stains from kitchen work-surfaces, then it will still have plenty of life to pick up anything further that you may need to clean on the floor.

  • 34 people like this comment

Vinegar from Gordon, Uxbridge

Some vinegar in water and a sheet of plenty cleans windows to a shine!

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Best Buy from Anascent, Leeds

It may seem expensive to buy but you'll use a lot less when you start using it.

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strength from Rachel, Sunbury on thames

After buying plenty strong in Tesco and being shown how strong it was by the rep I was making my way home. I had six bags of shopping and was walking to the bus stop, the bags were cutting into my hands so I decided to try the tip the rep showed of using the plenty to hold the bags. I tore off six sheets and put each one round the handles of the bags. Aah lovely, soft and strong. Alas,, on climbing the bus steps to get on board one of the plentys ***. Of course it was the bag with the eggs flour butter and jam in. All tumbling down the steps. The driver remarked if he wanted a Victoria sandwich he would of asked his wife to make one. Plenty strong but not that strong. I won't even go in to telling you what happened to my husband when he tried to use plenty for hod carrying.

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do it ! from lucy, whitchurch

clean

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sweet smell from supriya, altrincham

put a few drops of perfume on a sheet and as you are wiping the smell is transfered onto the surface

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Cook 'n' Clean from terry, plymouth.

Grimy Cooker? Burnt on food spills. Sprinkle with bio washing powder(don't be stingy if cooker is a tad worse for wear). Pour on enough boiling water to make into a paste and cover whole lot with sheets of Plenty. Leave for a couple hours or until powder has dried,then remove. Wash with hot water, rinsing thoroughly and dry. Result? Sparkling clean cooker.

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Easy cooker cleaning from Nicola, Grays

Lay sheets of plenty in the bottom of the over making sure they bend up the sides a little and then clean - remove the sheets and no sloppy mess to mop up as plenty soaks it all in

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dishwasher from Angela, glasgow

put hal a lemon in yor dishwasher to kep it rresh

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Sinks from sharon, Peterlee

Use an old toothbrush to get to those hard to reach gaps in sinks, taps and plugholes

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Vinegar on tiles from Becca, Reading

I put some malt vinegar on a sheet of plenty and wipe it over my tiles in the bathroom to get rid of soap scum and lime scale.

  • 32 people like this comment

SPILLS ON CLOTHES from Michelle, skelmersdale

dab/blot never rub or add more liquid

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Shower Curtain from Manny, Reading

Wipe down your curtain after you showered to beat limescale staining!

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paint from jamie lee, neath

while painting i found that plenty is great to wipe the drips off the floor and that when setting a brush down they do not stick to the paper brilliant

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Keep salad fresher for longer from Natasha, Basingstoke

Wash your salad as soon as you get it home and dry it in a salad spinner or by dabbing it between a couple of sheets of Plenty. Wrap it in a couple more sheets and then in a tea towel. It'll keep in the fridge then for 2-3 weeks.

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Newspaper is best for windows! from Genevieve, audenshaw

Use old newspapers to clean your windows instead of just throwing them away. Not only do they leave a fantastic shine, but are much cheaper to use than expensive window cleaners and do a much better job.

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miss from Jen, Swanscombe

If it is a small spill use a sheet cut in half. It will do the job just as well with planty

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oily stains on carpets and uphostelry from Christine, Inverness

Use pure eucalyptus oil and shake enough drops of the oil onto the stain to cover it then using one sheet of plenty foleded into 4 dab the stain using slight pressure. the plenty will absorb the oil and as it does will lift the stain out of the carpet or uphosterly. It also leaves a lovley fresh smell

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Plenty Strong for All Your Peelings from Alison, Dromore co.down

While peeling potatoes other vegetables and fruit, the peelings can be put on a sheet of plenty it is strong and then all can go into the waste bin. I used to use plastic bags for the potato, vegetable and fruit peelings but plenty is strong and it is better for the environment

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Take the day off! from Wendy, Portsmouth

Use plenty instead of tissues to take of your make up,wonderful for removing cleanser. It is soft enough for delicate skin, but does not disintigrate like tissue.

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lemon wonder! from angela, glasgow

clean up after kids by using a dab of lemon on your windows, no more sticky hand prints

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salad draw from m, great yarmouth

when i have cleaned out the salad draw i put a sheet of plenty in the bottom to help keep the salad draw fresh and clean.

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Cooking tip from Sandy, anstruther

Use to dry meat before browning so you don't boil the meat.

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Windows from Leon's, Truro

I use plenty to wipe the dirt of my windows it doesn't leave behind any lint which I have a massive pet *** for! :)

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A morning fry up from julie, newotownards

I use plenty when I make a fry to soak up all the grease after it comes from the frying pan, always works a treat!

  • 39 people like this comment

fresh meat from katie, stanley

Plenty tissues help to mop up the extra juice from fresh meat, very absorbant.

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Lunch box from Jeanette, Hemel Hempstead

Use a plenty sheet to wrap a little snack in your child's lunchbox - keeps things like grapes clean and ready to eat, and provides them with a ready to use napkin, just tie a little string around it like a parcel or even a bit of sticky tape holds it all together.

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toilet cleaner from Hayley, Dunstable

Flat coke helps clean your toilet just pour it in and flush.

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Why throw away the news? from Genevieve, Hyde

Old newspapers make a cheap cleaner for windows. Just ball up a piece and buff away for a streak free shine, everytime!

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*** egg on the floor!!! from katy, norwich

if you drop a raw egg on the side/ floor... cover it in normal salt, leave for a minute and you should be able to pick it up with a bit of kitchen roll with ease

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Cheat from kerrell, hull

Let someone else do it for you while you relax :)

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kitchen hygeine from nita, march

be hygenic in the kitchen ditch the dish cloth use plently for all your kitchen cleaning

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woodburner stove from sue, Bramley

Use ash from the grate mixed with vinegar to remove stains from glass door of woodburner

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dry windows from margaret, lanark

for people who have a lot of condensation especially on your windows in the morning, plenty soaks it up perfectly where a cloth can't

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spills from as, baty

good for spills

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Soot from Sandy, Anstruther

Pour soda water on soot and dab clean with plenty

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Great valye from Edward, Oxford

Goes much further than the cheaper value kitchen rolls and great value, especially when on special offer!

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leather sofa from nicola, bridgend

I use plenty to dry over my leather sofa , after ive wiped it over with a damp wipe , fab

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dog ears from aidan, lurgan

Better than cotton pads.for.cleaning dogs.ears out

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carpet from aam, dews

great for spills

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lemon from anushka, birmingham

use lemon and salt to clean copper

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Money saving from Valerie, Bristol

Cut the sheets in half if spillage is very tiny

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Damp dusting from Kate, Bath

Dust with a damp cloth or a damp sheet of plenty to avoid dust flying around the room and settling back where you just dusted. Great for those who have asthma too.

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cleaning the car from LOUISE, Nottingham

keep a spare roll in the car...great for wiping the windows in the morning before the heater has had time to clear the windscreen!

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bacon from Carrie, Northampton

when cooking bacon in the microwave, put a sheet of Plenty over the plate with the rashers on and when they spit the fat doesn't go in the microwave!

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Cleaning big screen TV from Alex, Poole

The very best way I have found to clean my 55" TV is to use a single sheet of Plenty with no sprays or chemicals. Minimum number of wipes (and make sure the room has been vacuumed first to get rid of dust) and it stays shiny for longest.

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byebye limescale from emily, poole

to get rid oflimscale from around your taps, simply soak a sheet of plenty in some vinegar and wrap around your taps. secure a sandwich bag over the top and leave for a few hours. The limescale will all be gone when you take it off

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the last drop from Jacqui, Walsall

always put some warm water in the bottom of bottles such as washing up liquid to get the last drop ou

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Thrifty Plenty from Personalised, Bradford

Plenty absorbs twice as much - ensure you ring out the water and you can use it again!

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freeze it slightly for ink from shane, scarborough

pop your kitchen roll it the freeze for 5 mins then apply to the ink it gets it away smoother than with then normal ktichen towel,just what i thought neway

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Clean microwave from Susan, Larkfield

Wipe the microwave with a sheet of plenty everytime its used. It stops the need for harse cleaning later.

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Plenty more money in your pocket from Gettin, Bath

Over the years, Bounty/Plenty must have saved me a small fortune in laundering/replacing my well worn hankies. So, anyone thinking of giving me hankies can instead get my a pack of Plenty this Xmas. Also tried the local supermarket's own brand of wringable kitchen towel - Plenty out-wrings it by a mile!

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Microwave cleaner from sharon, leyland

put a lemon in the microwave for 30 seconds and watch the dirt slip away!

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spilt tipp ex from gemma, bury

use some nail polish remover on plenty to remove spilt tipp ex

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fun water soak up from gemma, bury

when soaking up water with plenty you can also teach your kids about colour blends by drawing a line on the paper towel with a black pen and watching it sepearate as it soaks the water up!

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wring out from Mrs S, Newcastle

wring out your plenty to get plenty.

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powerful plenty from lucy, basingstoke

scrub your surfaces with plenty

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Green from Laura, Plymouth

Great that I can put all my veg peelings on one sheet and put it straight into the compost bin, plenty and all.

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quick clean from Belinda, st austell

One sheet of Plenty and a baby wipe cleans and dries in one sweep.

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WONDERFUL VINEGAR from Christy, Harwich

Soak cotton wool in vinegar and press around taps, plug hole or toilet pan and leave to soak for an hour. Remove it and rub lightly with scourer and limescale will come away with ease leaving shiney new taps. Do not do this on gold plated taps!

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Use one sheet with fairy up liquid from Jake, Stoke-on-Trent

Use one sheet with fairy up liquid

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cleaning a health grill from Jane, Liverpool

When you have used one of those "lean mean grilling machine" grills switch it off and then when it is still hot spread a couple of sheets of wet Plenty over the plates and close up. Leave for half an hour and when you come back the plates just wipe totally clean with no effort!

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helps cold from m, bowdon

use to polish mirrors with glass cleaner for a smear free clean

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Apply a touch of fairy to your kitchen towel from Hassan, tipless

Apply a touch of fairy to your Plenty kitchen roll to help you cut through any grease on your sufaces

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help your cold from chris, timerley altrincham

when i have a cold i put a few drops of olbas oil onto a sheet fold it up and pop under my sleeve i just inhale and this is better than on a thin tissue

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smells nice from supriya, altrincham

put a few drops of perfume in warm water then put in the plenty sheet ring out and lay between towels whilst drying in airing cupboard towels and cupboard smell so nice

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you only need one sheet from nikki, milton keynes

you only need one sheet.

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superclean from Lucy, edinburgh

use vinegar for everything

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Great multi cleaner from S, Stoke on Trent

Fill squirty bottle with 1/4 washing up liquid, 1/4 white vinegar and half water. Great for stubborn grease stains.

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descaler from daniel, poole

to descale your kettle simply use white vinegar, bring to the boil and the limescale will come away from the kettle. Now boil the kettle with just plain water a couple of times to get rid of the taste!

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Cleaning shine from adam, hampton

Use white vinegar on your taps.

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PLNTY from ADAM, BLACKPOOL

USE A DAMP SHEET OF PLEMTY TO EENCLEAN YOUR MOBILE PHGONE SCR

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window cleaning from Val, Stockton On Tees

use plenty as a cloth leaves windows and any other glossy surfaces smear free

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gr8 from Ruth, uk

after cleaning windows. use a dry sheet to polish over the surface for extra shine

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carpet from aam, dewsbury

great for spills on carpet

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jobs a good one from Audrey, louth

when decorating always have to hand as one sheet can clean up drips and spills

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Keep mice away from Susan, Wisbech

Mice *** mint so wet a sheet of plenty with peppermint oil and wipe around where you have found traces of the critters and around access holes, and you can leave the soaked plenty stuck in a gap too

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mrs from rachael, andover

love this kitchen roll

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Good to cleaning glass. from remik, Great Baddow

Plenty is good to cleaning glass surfaces - simly spray liquid into a surface and sweep it!

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Less fat with chips from remik, Great Baddow

Put leaf of Plenty on plate, then fried chis on it. less fat guaranteed.

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Cleaning windows from Andrea, Surrey

A bit of vinegar on a piece of plenty is great for shiny windows

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Dont use cheap products from Kelly, lanark

When trying to save some money opted for own brands but left me doing double the work using double the product and still not as good a finish so only use Plenty to clean and when using it for cooking it get more of the residue out of your fried food on one sheet

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Grow Cress from Lorraine, Aylesbury

Plant cress seeds on a piece of damp plenty - great rainy day kids activity.

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Limescale from Natalie, Leighton Buzzard

Use white vinegar on a piece of plenty, wrap around a tap for an hour and any limescale will rinse off.

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use double up from Alan, uk

use double up - dries quicker

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mrs from jo, coatbridge

great for spills

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wax crayon removal from LOUISE, NOTTINGHAM

wax crayon on walls - spray wd40 onto a sheet of plenty and gently rub the wall...it will slowly start to disappear!!

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Smell from Veronika, London

Why does Plenty tissue roll stink? I have noticed it for several buys now. So it was not the issue of a specific production batch. Something while treating the product in production must produce this smell (really uncomfortable).

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cloth nappy liner from Jiri, Galway

If you use reusable nappies you're probably wasting lots of money on liners and in some cases the liners cause rash. Plenty is softer doen't give the baby rash and is cheaper. Other towels tear easily only use plenty

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Subborn Ash in Ashtrays from Shanin, Dundee

Use leftover squeezed lemons to clean your ashtrays with, leaves a great sparkle and smell

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wet cat wiper from tina, cefn hengoed, mid glamorgan

Handy for wiping wet cats when they come in out of the rain ,it really wipes the water from their fur

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Toothbrush from emily, poole

After you are finished with a toothbrush don't throw it away. A toothbrush dipped in bleach is the perfect way to clean grout in the bathroom and kitchen. Also great for getting into those tight to reach places!

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Save Money from Jane, Pontypool

No need to buy special cleaning products - clean things using boiling hot water & washing up liquid and mop up the messy water with Plenty. This works amazingly well on worktops and even on (and inside) the cooker!!!

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spill clean from sophie, basingstoke

whenever there is a spill on the dinner table..immediately clean it with plenty.it will be difficult to clean it later when it dries out

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Stops Fruit Bruising from Zoe, Kilwinning

Place some plenty sheets in the vegetable drawer of your fridge to absorb moisture and prevent your fruit from bruising.

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Thrifty from Personalised, Leeds

Plenty is so obsorbing that you can use it twice to mop those spills up.

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use 1 and rinse from luke, ashby de la zouch

re use and rinse

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Ceaning glass bottles from pam, ashford

Place crushed egg shells in glass vinegar bottles, add hot soapy water and use a this brush to swill them around, this will loosed all the stains. Empty out and rinse in clean water

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plenty does it all from Margaret, Lanark

no matter the job plenty does it all

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gr8 from Personalised, uk

always keep a spare roll in your car when your out with the kids for the day - great for messy spills!!

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stain from g hill, leeds

use neat washing up liquid on clothes stain

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Picnic from Judith, Belfast

Take it on a picnic - cheaper than napkins

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Clean up your make-up from Paul, Bournemouth

Plenty comes in handy when applying make-up as it is soft enough to wipe against skin and can also be wetted to remove any make-up error which may have occurred. Also good for removing nail varnish as the nail varnish remover doesn't run through the towel and leave your hands all stinky!

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Defrosting in the microwave from Louise, Gt Yarmouth

if you put a sheet of pleanty on the bottom of the microwave before defrosting, eg rolls, the sheet of pleanty absorbs and dampness stopping the rolls from going soggy

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work top from Agnieszka, london

always keep plenty on your work top, so you have it in case of any emergency :)

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clean windows from p, swansea

with vinegar in water and shine with plenty

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Removes Chip oil from Personalised, leeds

Use plenty to remove excess oil from chips before servingh

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Microwave cleaner from Susan, Larkfield

Always wipe your microwave out with one sheet of plenty after each use. It saves the need of harsh cleaning later.

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WINDOWS from hilary, sheffiled

smear free finish with plenty

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windows from happy, doncaster

use plenty for smear free windows

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mrs from tracy, bristol

i use plenty for everything

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days out from amin, doncaster

take a roll n days out

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plenty of uses for plenty from rehanna, doncaster

use plenty for window cleaning for no smears

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Wet Lettuce from Debbie, Reading

Leave your washed lettuce on a sheet on plenty, to avoid soggy lettuce

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sparkly microwave from kerry, whitchurch

The best way to clean your microwave is to put half a lemon in a dish with a little water, put the microwave on for 2 minutes and just wipe with a cloth-no scrubbing!

  • 49 people like this comment

windows from rehanna, doncaster

i use either kitchen roll or newspaper with a spot of water or vinegar for a smear free cheap spralking finish to windows

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windows from Claire, glasgow

use to clean windows

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cleaning London cabs from Sophie, London

Nothing better for shining up the windows and trims on London cabs

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Use more from byron, London

Use more than one sheet

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Handy Wipe from Natalie, dinas powys

I always keep a roll of plenty in the car and a bottle of water then when i need a quick wipe when travelling i have everything i need!

  • 51 people like this comment

Cut down on microwave cleaning from Susan, Larkfield

Wipe the microwave out with one sheet of Plenty every time you have used it. It keeps the microwave in a clean condition and cuts down on having to do an intense clean.

  • 55 people like this comment

car cleaning from Barbara, Darlington

keep a roll of plenty in the glove box - always on hand then for kids spills etc.

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little accidents ! from Lucy, whitchurch

Plenty is great for mopping up spillages of any kind.

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dry from jack, daventry

dry the drum when you have finished washing your clothes

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windows and glass from amber, durham

use a splash of white vinegar, drop of washing up liquid, warm water and plenty to bring windows and glass up a treat.

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elbow from amanda, caister

elbow grease

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do from GEN, WOLVERHAMPTON

don't panic plenty will do, for you

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Soft from Lori, Hythe

Plenty is soft enough to use as wipes with the addition of baby lotion

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excellent mop from james, plymouth

to give your swiffer mop extra power use a sheet of plenty and you will get a faster better clean

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Windows from samantha, Manchester

If you run out of window cleaner use warm water with a few drops of washin up liquid & vinegar

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Mrs from Lucy, gravesend

I tear Plenty in two if I only need a bit of paper to clean something small. I can use the other half later for something else. Plenty lasts longer like that for me!

  • 51 people like this comment

Washing from charlotte, haines city

Rub a damp sheet of plenty along your washing line to avoid getting your cleen clothes dirty.

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Food tip from Rebecca, Haywards Heath

Use Plenty to get rid of excess fat off foods such as sausages, bacon.

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wipes from js, glasgow

use to wipe face

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Keep cool with 'Plenty' from maureen, sherborne

Feeling hot and bothered in this mini heat-wave? Moisten a sheet of 'Plenty' in cold water and place it on your forehead for a cool and soothing effect!

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spills from b, falkirk

use to mop up spills

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clean up instantly from SUE, SOUTHAMPTON

Clean as you make a mess.

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Baby Wipes from Susan, Bedford

Baby wipes clean off everything!! Get to a spilt item straight away and a baby wipe can clean it off

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Good for DIY from Stuart, Surbiton

These towels are strong enought to be used for many DIY tasks in addition to using them in the kitchen. For instance I used them to wipe silicone sealant from my tools when doing a job in the bathroom recently, and they are strong enough not to tear, and I can use Methlyated Spirit and they still hold up well.

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use both sides from debbie, Brentwood

For some stains they only use up one side of the paper (if it is not 100% liquid) for food stains use both sides to save you using as much!

  • 49 people like this comment

baby things from terrasa, bournemouth

spray toys, high chair etc with disinfectant spray, then wipe dry with plenty

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cleaning microwave from terrasa, bournemouth

Heat up some water in your microwave, then simply get some plenty and wipe the mess away

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window washing from terrasa, poole

Use normal soapy water, ie fairy liquid. Wash windows then use squeegy to clear away the water and wipe smears with plenty

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save washing up from mrlanie, Reading

Save washing up by serving your lunchtime sandwich on a sheet of plenty instead of a plate!

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Cleaning fat trays from SC, Littlehampton

Place folded up plenty in your fat tray from your George Foreman or similar to soak up fat and avoid the risk of blocking sinks when rinsing.

  • 46 people like this comment

Polishing shoes from JOhn, Bognor Regis

Mucky shoes use a dash of washing up liquid and use plenty to remove dirt then when dry use a moist penty brings shoes up like new

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clean from bs, glasgow

use to clean

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spills from hs, falkirk

soak up spills

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Top 'n' tail cloths from Diane, Sandiacre, Nottingham

My elderly mother now lives with me and requires washing and dressing etc. We have to use seperate cloths ( "top and tail" ) for washing her. I find that two or three sheets of Plenty make an excellent flanel and can be thrown away after use cutting down risk of infections. The tissue is so much softer than a flanel as well. I think if you produced some 'flanels on a roll' young mums, carers, nursing homes would all find them invaluable. Thanks Plenty! Regards Di Moseley

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One sheet does plenty! from I, wells

I sheet of plenty is enough to clean down all kitchen worktops as you can rinse it under the tap and use it with some surface cleaner to maximize usage

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extra absorbence from svetlana, bloxwich

use one sheet for extra absorbence

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Handy towels from Denise, Harrow

Great for keeping in your pocket on days out

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Workmen from Cora, Darlington

When you have workmen leave out Plenty and other cleaning materials. If they know you expect them to clean up then its funny how much less mess they make ;-)

  • 51 people like this comment

Toilet from Lukasz, Birmingham

Clean a toilet seat

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Desk from Lukasz, Birmingham

Good to clean a desk

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Lunch from jack, daventry

Pack with your food when preparing lunch for work

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Glass topped hob from Brian, Cambridge

Wipe down your hob to clean off spills and polish up to a shine with a sheet of plenty.

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grubby light pull from karen, cambridge

To clean the light pull cord in your bathroom/ toilet put a drop of bleach on your sheet of plenty and wrap around the light pull. Leave for half an hour and, hey presto the light pull looks like new and is a lot more hygenic

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messy kitties from jasmine, doncaster

My cat had kittens not long ago. They are all being trained for using th elitter box. I place plenty sheets underneath and around the tray so any accidents can be cleaned up quick and easy.

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lunch boxes from david, liverpool

i always line my childrens lunch boxes with a sheet of plenty. It soaks up and spilled yogurt, juice or sandwich filling,, keeping the box clean for easier cleaning for me. The kids can also use it to wipe the mouths and fingers after lunch :) good times!!!! David

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Easy napkins from Denise, Harrow

Instead of buying costly napkins for picnics take along some sheets of plenty. They do a great job at a fraction of the price

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Make it last from Rebecca, Llangollen

One sheet does plenty

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Plenty tablemats from natalie, liverpool

We have six kids and every meal time without fail there are spills :( We now put one sheet of plenty under each plate and use it as a placemat. It helps to protect the table and when those spills occur, the sheet of plenty is used to mop it up or clean the table after dinner.

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car from hb, bathgate

use it in your car

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car from h, bathgate

use it in your car

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ECO hob cleaning from Nicola, Rickmansworth

Plenty is great for cleaning the hob I just poor boiling water on any spills and when the water cools wipe off no need for expensive cleaning products and the hot water kills all germs.

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Hygenic from Personalised, West Yorkshire

Use for drying up washing rather than use a fabric towel.

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Clean Your Tumble Dryer from CL, Essex

Go over the inner workings i.e. dust catcher with a damp sheet of plenty and notice the difference in performance and quickness!

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recycle from adam, wadebridge

use left over washing up water to clean cans and bottles for recycling

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Essential Oil from Heather, Glasgow

Always add a drop of your favourite oil to your laundry - cheaper than softner and doesn't clog everything up! Smells so much stonger too!

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stains from cris, portsmouth

rub stains with neat washing up liquid will remove grease

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Wrapping sandwiches from JOhn, Bognor Regis

Wrap up individual sandwiches before putting in container, keeps them fresh longer and you can use them as a wipe.

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Wrapping sandwiches from JOhn, Bognor Regis

Wrap up individual sandwiches before putting in container, keeps them fresh longer and you can use them as a wipe.

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Fridge Drawers from Lindsay, Dibden, Southampton

Keep your veg fresh for longer by lining your salad drawers with a couple of sheets of plenty and then putting the loose veg in them.

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clean cups from internet, Cardiff

I use baby sterilizing fluid to clean the tea stains out of my cups. Works a treat!

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Versatility from Laura, Dudley

I use plenty for lots of cleaning jobs as it doesn't break and you don't need lots of sheets. Also I use it as a plate for sandwiches as this saves on the washing up!

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mess from mark, airdrie

use half the sheet then roll lasts much longer

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Little monkeys from Sarah, Chesterfield

Having a 4 year old who loves to make a mess, not just at meal times, I keep 'Plenty of PLenty nearby to clean up spills, quickly and easily.

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napkins from jessica, sheffield

If you've run out of napkins, use plenty

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stop static from maureen, hull

wipe the drum of the dryer to help stop static

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Wipe up worktop from Joanne, Wigan

As above

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non slip from ray, Heywood

if you need to cut a tablet in half , cover with plenty first to stop slipping.

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plenty from Mrs S, Newcastle

Always use Plenty!

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clumsy teens! from Bethany, Llanelli

have you got a clumsy teen? I have, she knocks over any drink nearly everyday. So i have found the easiest and simple tip is to place 1 sheet of plenty under her glass and then if she spills i dont have to run for the mop :)

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No mess spills from Lucy, Grimsby

I use a sheet of plenty under my cup for those occasional spills from the kettle, it saves cleaning up dry hot chocolate later.

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tip from 99 year old lady from kate, jersey channel islands

My little lady who will be 100 years old in October, makes a buttonhole in your plenty kitchen roll and attaches it to her blouse/cardigan - I think this is a brilliant idea - next marketing campaign - Buttonhole Kitchen Roll - me thinks it has a ring to it!!!!

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baby wipeas from Enya, northampton

baby wipes are good at cleaning anything up - even blood

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Microwave smells from Darren, Inverness

Lemon in the microvae for a minute or so

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Thrifty from Personalised, Leeds

Avoid buying store branded towel as its not as obsorbent as Plenty.

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grubby windows from vina, london

The bext way to clean the windows on your car are a squeeze of Lemon Juice and newspaper.. does the trick with a shine

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Perfect Jackets from Kirsty, Falmouth

I always use plenty when I'm cooking Jacket Potatoes in the microwave. Put one sheet under your potato and one over the top. It makes the jackets insides extra fluffy.

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clean cooker from phil, manchester

spray oven.Use plenty to clean off.Throw away. Easy peasy.

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Using in Packed Luncehes from Tracy, Darlington

When packing a lunch, wrap a fork in a sheet of Plenty, not only does it keep fork clean, the sheet on plenty can be used as a napkin, or to wipe up any spills.

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windows from Soph, Essex

use for streak free windows. One sheet will clean one big window pane

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napkins from Bev, barnsley

Use a sheet of plenty instead of a napkin - cleans well

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mirrors from kerry, whitchurch

Ialways use plenty to clean my windows and mirrors it brings them up lovely and smearfree

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Emergency baby nappy from Sandra, Cambridge

If you are out and about and find you have run out of nappies, a few sheets of Plenty covered by a pair or home made plastic pants fashioned from a carrier bag will get you home.

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stardrops from sam, merseyside

always use stardrops

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Make it last longer from sally, Rotherham

use one sheet for your tissue to last longer

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Car maintainance from Rachel, Connahs Quay

Always keep a roll of plenty in the boot of the car. Perfect for checking the oil, cleaning wipers and kiddie spills!

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needs cleaned then plentys will do it from Margaret, lanark

whatever needs doing in the home plenty will do the job either wet or dry it does what you need doing

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no ironing from louise, bristol

as soon as the washing mashen have finished fold up the cloths then put in the dryer and then when its dry fold again..............dont need to iron any more.............i haven't for about 8 years now !!

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wet from Vic, Oxford

wet towel a litle first

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cleaning kitchen surfaces from janette, welwyn

i use pleny to dry my worktops after scrubbing them clean.

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Potatoes from LYN, penmaenmawr

Peel your potatoes over a sheet of plenty and it will absorb the wetness without breaking up

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Squeaky Clean Windows from Ann, Burnham on Sea

Use Plenty instead of newspaper when polishing your windows - not only will it give a better finish, you won't end up with newsprint all over your hands.

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Clean Microwave from Natalie, dinas powys

When heating up food in the microwave I cover with a damp sheet of plenty to prevent it spitting all over the inside of the microwave

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Thrifty Use from Personalised, Leeds

Ring out your paper towel as it is super obsorbant and use again!

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Stock Up from R, llangollen

Stock up when plenty is on offer

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vinegar = no limescale from sara, rocester

remove your blocked up shower head and soak it in vinegar overnight to remove the limescale

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paint brush from crouch, Swindon

wipe off excess paint with plenty

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bathroom from lorna, helston

use plenty in the bathroom- much more hygienic than a cloth!

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Rub your tap from Kelvin, London

Everytime you brush your teeth, just use your hand to rub the tap to prevent those water stains from accumulating!

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Rub your tap with your hand from Kelvin, London

Everytime you brush your teeth, just use your hand to rub the tap to prevent those water stains from accumulating!

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Cleaning mirrors from J A, Brighton

Plenty is great to use when applying glass cleaner to your mirrors, and a fresh piece will also make a great polishing cloth, to remove the excess cleaner and make your mirrors shine

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A little goes a long way. from Mark, Portsmouth

Clean as you go - just little things. That way you never have a lot of cleaning to do. It works for me.

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Great for drying washed salad from Si, Birmingham

Plenty is excellent for drying washed salad items, and doesn't disintegrate or stick to them, unlike other kitchen towels.

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less is more from EMMA, bristol

when using your wipe ensure to fold as you go this enables more use from just one plenty sheet

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quick kitchen chop from chris, bury

if you don't have a chopping board, use a sheet of plenty. it's strong enough to cope with the chopping and still be carried to the pan and clean up is as easy as recycling it!

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good... from Personalised, uk

plenty offers real value for money. you only need one sheet....

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sweeze from darreb, plymouth

sqeeze lemon juice on you tou plenty to get a fat free shine on hobs and microwaves

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Cleaning Windows from Peter, Cardiff

When cleaning windows, add dishwasher rinse aid to your bucket instead of soap. This really works!

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cleaning from brian, bathgate

use to clean stuff

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spills from Alan, uk

perfect for cleaning spills

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pre from Vic, Oxford

prewash first

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prewash from Vic, Oxford

Always prewash first

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ms from Sarah, northamptonshire

great damp to clean babys faces,

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Sparkling windows from Candy, Spennymoor

Use a bit of vinegar on your Plenty kitchen towels to wipe your windows clean without any harsh chemicals.

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mrs from Sarah, long buckby

great for putting in the cup holders in the car then if it spills it is ok.

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Plenty from Sui, London

Use Plenty for everything

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Blot your chopping board from Kelvin, London

Blot your chopping board with Plenty after use to reduce chances of bacteria growing!

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blot your chopping board from Amy, London

Blot your chopping board with Plenty after use to reduce chances of bacteria growing!

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use vinegar from glen, london

use vinegar to get a good shine on everything from windows to glass to stainless steel

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windows from billijo, st.austell

use vinigar and water to clean your windows, leaves them sparkling.

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clean cooker hob after cooking from lizzie, chesterfield

Wipe your hob down with a damp cloth after each time you cook on it, so you don't cook on a dirty hob next time and end up with baked in dirt

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damp sheet from Deborah, Newport

Spray a little freshener on a damp sheet and put in your tumble dryer.

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Whiteboard from Alice, Bournemouth

Clean off a whiteboard with Plenty and some water.

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saves you money from Personalised, uk

buying plenty saves you money as other brands do not compare and you only have to use more!!

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bike helmets from c, east anglia

to clean motor bike helmet wet a piece ofplenty with tap water lay it across the visor leave for 5 mins or so then wipe off all the dead bugs etc easily with the sheet. the water will have soaked into the muck etc softening it and making it super easy to remove

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Use as a polish cloth to make tiles shine from Abi, High Wycombe

Plenty is fantastic at polishing up bathroom tiles

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glass from AMANDA, bishops stortford

Put a little white wine vinegar on a sheet of plenty and use to clean glass beautifully!

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soggy rice from tracy, wigan

drain your rice on plenty kitchen towel

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spills from tracy, wigan

great fo soaking up spills

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windows from natalie, Ryde

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Keep your microwave clean from david, Newbury

Place a sheet of Plenty on top of the turntable to catch drips from heating food.

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Keep kitchen bin clean from Susan, Wisbech

Put a square of Plenty in the bottom of your kitchen rubbish bin before your bin liner so you know immediately when you lift the bag out to empty if anything has leaked

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Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy from M, London

Bring a (kitchen) towel

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Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy from M, London

Bring a (kitchen) towel

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Grease your pans from Sui, London

Greasing brush gets dirty easily and is a real pain to clean. Dip a folded square of Plenty into some cooking oil (even melted butter), pick it up with a pair of chopsticks and grease your pans. Just *** after use, no fuss no mess!

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pancakes! from Megan, caernarfon

use a plenty sheet to rub some butter round a frying pan before cooking pancakes to save on butter, and lower in fat, and the plenty sheet can be used again between each pancake frying.... also good for soaking excess fat from the pancakes after cooking!

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Coca-cola from Kerri, Maidenhead

If you have an olive oil stain on fabric, soak it in coca-cola and then wash as normal to remove the oily stain

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cleaning from sharon, berrow

vinegar cleans many things

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Washing machine smells from Chloe, Bournemouth

Wipe down the drum of your washing machine with a sheet of Plenty to stop damp smells building up.

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first aid from jayne, heywood

keep beside bed of child with frequent nosebleeds. very useful.

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garden furniture from Andrea, Bournemouth

Clean your plastic patio furniture off with a sheet of damp plenty

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Simples from M, Cambridge

Wet with water and wipe

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.... from Personalised, uk

always keep a spare pack, you'll never know when you might need it!!

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use half a sheeet from T, stockport

so good that you only need to use half a sheet at a time! lasts longer

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wet towel from michelle, chesterfield

using a wet piece of kitchen roll, use it to wipe up crumbs that are usally trickly to clear up.

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Wet wipe from Amber, Cardiff

If you wet a plenty sheet and squeeze out the excess you can use it to remove sticky/stubborn stains or as a wet wipe for your hands/face

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Grill Pan from Ewan, Cheltenham

Scrap out the Grill Pan before cleaning with a sheet of Penty, it soaks up all the Grease and Grime!!!

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fajitas from Judith, CALLINGTON

we always use them to wrap around our fajitas to stop them falling apart

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Blotting Fish from C, Torquay

Useful for blotting fat off fish.

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always keep one handy from Personalised, uk

always keep a roll of plenty so you can reach for when any spills occur

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cleaning windows from karen, London

use plenty to clean windows for a streak free shine

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Newspaper from Christabel, Risca

Use newspaper and water to clean windows, free and streak free

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cleaning baby high chair from Antoniya, Basingstoke

You can use it with Dettol to clean high chair

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sandwiches and cakes from Lynsey, ABerdeen

Wrap your sandwiches and cakes in it to keep evrything clean and tidy when eating as it will catch the crumbs.

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cleaning mould from window from Lynsey, Aberdeen

They are so strong that if you have any damp or mould marks around window frames just damp slightly and wipe!

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mr from m, london

keeps kitchen clean

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Mr from m, london

cooking spills, it helps me keep my kitchen clean

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Sainsburys from karen, swindon

Β£1 a pack in sainsburys less 50p coupon = 25p per roll

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Reusable from Gareth, Birmingham

I have a small water leak under my boiler however I find that with 2 sheets of plenty under it, it absorbs the leaking water and when the boiler heats up it dries the paper towels so they become sustainable to do the same process the next day.

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starch free chips from PAT, WASHINGTON

I wrap chips in plenty before frying to remove excess water/starch

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Great for removing spills from Dave, London

Plenty is great for removng spills from carpets, just fold into a pad and blot the spill over and over again!

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wash from h, glasgow

wash car

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Mrs from Nimeesha, Maidenhead

Each sheet can be used to wipe a childs mouth and then any spills on the floor

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dry up the used ones on the heater from naya, bristol

dry up the used ones on the heater

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grease catcher from gerry, coleraine

Being an ulsterman I enjoy my ulster fry. I put a sheet of plenty on my plate before putting the fried food on the plate then put another sheet on top and press gently. I then remove the 2 sheets and enjoy my fry with a lot less grease to clog my arteries :)

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Plenty is plenty from Anne, Bromsgrove

Plenty cleans up all spills no tip needed!

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fish from crouch, Swindon

dont buy fish unless you are a cat

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Drawers from M, Cambridge

Line drawers with Plenty

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Less oily food from M, Cambridge

Use Plenty to soak up oil from your fried food

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soak up from hellen, falkirk

use on spills

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spill from helen, livingston

soak up spills

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hygenic work tops from joanne, solihull

Instead of using dirty smelly unhygenic dish cloths I wipe my surfaces down using plenty kitchen roll then just dispose of them into the bin.

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mould on clothes from m, Middleton

cut a lemon, and use it to rub on the mould till it disappear, wash then

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useful for everything from Personalised, uk

plenty is good for keeping in the car in case one of your kids spill anything. its become so handy for us

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great from Ruth, uk

plenty only ever requires me to use 2 sheets when cleaning windows. unlike other brands that require at least 4!!! saves money

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sticky fingers from Lindsey, oxford

Always have a roll in the car for spills and wipes , good for cleaning the windscreen

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Major advice from Michael, Essex

Get your mum to do it all for you

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Lining the food waste Container from Paul, London

We always line the food waste containing with Plenty, it makes it much easier to keep clean!!

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Blade cleanup! from caroline, Newcastle upon tyne

To ensure your car wiper blades are clean use a sheet of plenty slightly dampened in a mild soapy solution, gently wipe each blade off. One sheet should do 3 wiper blades.

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Lemon Juice for blood from Jason, Sheffield

Pure lemon juice, any leftover from Pancake day??? will clear blood from carpets a treat

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windows from lucy, whitchurch

use plenty to clean your windows !

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wipes from aga, slough

instead of expensive wipes try to use pleanty and cheap detergent to make them. Spray detergent over [plenty sheet and wipe counter

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mr from Phillip, Oldbury

Dust before you hoover as you don't want dust on a clean floor!

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stop limescale from Andrea, Bournemouth

Always dry the sink with a sheet of plenty after use to prevent limescale forming

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Thrifty from Personalised, Huddersfield

Don't throw away the paper towel, use it as it soaks up lots!

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Microwave clean from Susan, Larkfield

Wipe your microwave out with a sheet of Plenty after each use. It keeps it clean and is less of a problem later.

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clean from kelly, brighouse

use vinager and newspaper to clean windows

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Always fold and reuse from David, London

Instead of using an entire sheet, fold it over when used once and use the other unsoiled side

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lemon/lime from susan, glos

add drop of lemon/lime to clean your greese to remove oily surface before cleaning

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Shaving cuts from Cal, Birmingham

Cut yourself whilst shaving? A bit of Plenty kitchen towel soaks up the bleed without mess and helps to clot it too, better than toilet tissue

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wet from helen, falkirk

use to mop up spills

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microwave from danny, Ryde

half a lemon in the mircowave removes greese and leaves it fresh

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windows from danny, Ryde

leamon juice and plenty makes a great combination for window cleaning

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cleaning windows from natalie, ryde

always use plenty to make your windows sparkly

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food from neil, atherton

empty your chips onto a plate with a piece of plenty on and watch it soak up all the fat for healthier chips

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Pizza Night from Graham, Bath

Save washing up on Pizza night, by serving the pizza slices in sheets of Plenty

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Amazing from Simon, Bolton

Use plenty to clean up those messes

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shiny clothes from Owain, caernarfon

always pre soak the white clothes in a powder similar to net curtain whitener to a cleaner wash.

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wiping from djhfhki, lutteworth

use plenty for a big spils

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candle wax from Alice, Oxford

if you spill candle wax - use an iron nd brown envelope to get it up.

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Put chips on plenty after frying from John, Newcastle

Put chips on plenty after frying

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Clean glasses so they don't smash from Peter, Wesham

Clean glasses so they don't smash

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Clean with it from Mr, Nowhere

Clean with it

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drying glasses from Peter, Wesham

use if for drying glasses on so they don't smash.

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Squeaky clean windows from julie, Wallsend

After washing windows with warm soapy water dry off with plenty for smear free windows.

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Plenty is great for chips!! from Helen, Kettering

After frying your yummy chips, place them on a few sheets of plenty and rub them to get the excess oil off. They are much nicer and a bit healthier this way!

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Drying wine glasses from Peter, Wesham

Upturn wine glasses on plenty to let them dry and keep them out of the way of other items, off the draining board to prevent breakages

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Cleaner Microwave from Natalie, dinas powys

When heating up soup/beans or anything else that may splatter i the microwave I put a damp sheet of plenty over the bowl to stop this happening and keep the microwave cleaner.

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Thrifty from Personalised, London

Always use plenty to wipe down your sink following washing up. It's super absorbency means that you only need to use one sheet and is more hygenic than using a dish cloth.

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Spills from Personalised, West Yorkshire

Spillages can easily be picked up with one sheet of Plenty. Because it is so strong, it can be used multiple times, cutting your costs down.

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Dust from Personalised, West Yorkshire

Dust can often leave a residue on damp tiles, use plenty to pick up that residue. It won't leave a residue behind.

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great for glass from Sophie, Pimlico

Much better than old newspaper for cleaning glass

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get rid of crumbs from Sophie, London

a damp sheet of plenty is a great way to clean up a load of crumbs from your kitchen floor

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reuse from katrina, Barrow-in-Furness

Plenty will go through the washing machine so you can reuse as a cleaning cloth

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windows from robert, poole

clean your windows with fairy liquid in water, then use a window scraper and lastly wipe any smear with plenty

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Water plants while on holiday from carmel, Watford

Place some sheets of plenty in the bottom of your kitchen sink. Pop the plug in and add a couple of cms of water. Place you plant pots in the sink and your plants will have access to water while you are away.

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Water plants while on holiday from carmel, Watford

To stop your plants running out of water when you go on a short holiday, Place some sheets of plenty in the kitchen sink (with the plug in), add water and stand your plant pots on top. It will ensure you plants get a good supply of water while you are away.

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Lipstick on Glasses from Tom, Bristol

I work in a bar and find that Vinegar and a Sheet of Plenty is the best way to get lipstick off a glass!

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clean rugs from sarah, nottingham

when cleaning rugs, always make sure they are properly dried afterwards, or they will start to smell 2 days after, and that smell will NEVER go away!

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Sterilisers from Fiona, Hungerford

I use my plenty to soak up the condensed water in my baby steriliser. Its absorbant enough to soak it all up with only a sheet or two!

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Thrifty cleaning from robert, manchester

Always keep old toothbrushes for cleaning under the taps in the bathroom - reach the parts that are difficult to get at

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microwave cleaning from clare, lincoln

For easy cleaning of the microwave,place a halfful bowl of hot water and a few drops of lemon juice inside and heat up to boIl so that steam is produced.Leave 5 mins or so.The dried on food will then be easily wiped off with a sheet or two of Plenty.

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Polishing Up Your Alloys from Peter, Bracknell

A sheet of Plenty and a squirt of WD40 brings up your Alloy Wheels a treat!

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Cleaning screens from Sandra, Bristol

Never use polish/liquid cleaners on tv or computer screens, either use a clean, dry microfibre cloth or to remove static, a tumble dryer sheet works perfectly.

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Kitchen roll is versatile from Amy, COVENTRY

Use your kitchen roll to blot off fat when frying or browning meat/mince.

  • 47 people like this comment

Windows from Charlotte, Barry

Srcumpled up old newspaper is a great way to clean those windows and get them shining

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Dusting from Charlotte, Barry

Always dust before hoovering, otherwise it's twice as much work as you may have to hoover again

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Mrs from Jeanette, Southport

Works fantastic on granite worktops

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Cleaning bathroom taps from robert, Manchester

Use an old toothbrush to clean round the awkward parts of the tap, for example at the back where it sits on the basin.

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Saves Money in the long run from John, Gloucester

After trying other brands and supermarket own brands of Kitchen towel, plenty is the best bar far, so in the long run you end up using less, which in turn saves you money!!

  • 47 people like this comment

wwindows from Claire, glasgow

great for cleaning windows

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Damp dusting from Kate, Bath

Spray a sheet of plenty with plain water and use to dust surfaces to avoid dust hanging in the air and aggravating those with allergies

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BRUSHED STEEL from charlotte, scunthorpe

when cleaning brushed steel - never use a bleach based product!

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Plenty in the Car from Justin, Bath

Keep a roll of Plenty in the Car to Clean Mist of the Windscreen!

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babys from cassie, HAVANT

always keep a roll of plenty in the room with your baby

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Better Mash from Mike, Bristol

Dry off the boiled potatoes with a sheet of Plenty before you mash for fluffier mash!

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always have a sheet of plenty under defrosting meat to absorb the blood from m, great yarmouth

as above

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work top from Claire, glasgow

great for using to reoil my work tops

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candle wax from sian, luton

Use a sheet of bounty, place over the waxy stain and iron it to remove

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Cleaning Wax from Carpet from Alice, Oxford

If you have got wax on carpet, to remove it, put brown paper over it (brown envelope) and run over it with the iron, the wax will be removed onto the paper.

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pc screen from ian, perth

use a plenty kitchen towel to clean pc screens streak free.

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window cleaning from Tracey, perth

I always use plenty kirchen towels to dry after using squeegee as it leaves windows streak free

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let it soak from bert, perth

when cleaning stubborn grime on dishes, let them soak first

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hairspray to clean leather from Laura, Epping

If you get pen or anything on a leather sofa, spray a little hairspray and wipe with kitchen towel to remove

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Condensation from Andrea, Surrey

Clean the condensation off the windows with a square of plenty

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Toaster Cover from Janet, Liverpool

I use one sheet on top of my toaster to keep it clear from dust etc

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cleaning from sharon, berrow

baby wipes

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soaking up plant spills from barry, herne bay

put a sheet under an indoor plant pot to soak up any excess water

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keep grapes fresh from joanne, atherton

if you rinse you grapes and pat them dry.and then wrap in a sheet of plenty it keeps your grapes fresh ready for your lunch whilst at work

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keep grapes fresh from joanne, atherton

if you rinse you grapes and pat them dry.and then wrap in a sheet of plenty it keeps your grapes fresh ready for your lunch whilst at work

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Static cleanse from Linda, MARGATE

Spray a tiny bit of diluted fabric softener to Plenty towel and gently wipe over tv

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crammy from kelly, brighouse

cramm it all clean in a day

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florist from Helen, essex

Get someone else to do the cleaning for you.

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Cleaning awkward spaces from Bea, Darlington

If you have a narrow gap you need to clean in wrap a sheet of plenty round a skewer spray with your choice of cleaner then slide into the gap

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Hard water stains from Sharon, Bishops stortford

On granite worktops use a razer blade on it's flat side to scrap off the mineral build-up. Carefully hold the blade in a folded sheet of Plenty

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clean from h, glasgow

use it to clean

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cleaning from pumu, london

I use plenty to wipe all my crockery clean eliminating the need for cloths which get dirty and then need to be washed

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cleaning windows from ANGLEA, bolton

after spraying with window spray, use plenty kitchen roll to clean

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Toothbrush from Debbie, Ayr

Use a toothbrush and some bleach to clean between your bathroom tiles

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car from chris, portsmouth

plenty good for keeping winscreen mist free

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Spilt milk? from Emma, Surrey

Use plenty to clean milk, soaks up more than you think!

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waste not want not from Personalised, UK

I re-use plenty kitchen paper when I use it to drain oil from my chips, I clean the chip pan using the same kitchen paper after transferring all the chips to a clean plate. That way, my pot is clean from oil & so will be my sink

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RINSE from cat, KIRKCALDY

WIPE UP SPILLS THEN RING OUT YOUR PLENTY SHEET MOP UP EXCESS SPILL

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windows from claire, Sidcup

use vinegar to clean windows

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Removing Lagre Build Ups of Dust from Aidan, Gloucester

To remove large build ups of dust, just use a damp sheet of Plenty!

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napkins from a, stoke

use a sheet of plenty instead of a napkin

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Tea Bag Drying from Chris, Yate

I use a sheet of Pleny to drain out the excess water in a tea bad, before putting them in the compost!

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Clean windows from Linda, Durham

Add a little white vinegar to hot water when cleaning windows. Finish off by wiping with plenty to get a beautiful streak free shine

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Salad from Sarah, Wrexham

If you don't have a salad spinner then I always place my lettuce on a couple of sheets of plenty to absorb the excess water and avoid a soggy salad

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pretty flowers from chris, bury

fold your sheets of bounty into pretty flowers, jumping frogs or other origarmi shapes for parties, it holds and folds much easier than napkins!

  • 51 people like this comment

WINDOWS from NICOLA, BIRMINGHAM

USE PLENTY WHEN CLEANING WINDOWS. LEAVES A NONE SMEAR FINISH

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Messy table from Emma, Pontefract

Messy table or dried on food? Spray with antibacterial surface cleaner leave for a minute then use a piece of plenty to wipe, one piece works every time.

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wring and re-use from Paul, London

Wet the plenty, ring and re-use up to 3 times!

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Economical from E, Oxford

Plenty is more economical than I thought, used to think it was expensive but after trying it (inspired by a coupon I had), I found it went much further than the own brand kitchen rolls.

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Use plenty to clean woring services from I, essex

lay the plenty on the spill to soak up excess

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defrosting from Joanna, Manchester

wrap rolls to defrost so the bread doesn't go soggy then use the damp plenty to spot clean the floor.

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windows from sophia, london

use newspaper to get streak free shiny windows

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burnt dishes from sophia, london

boil some coke in the pan to get rid of burnt on grime

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Window Cleaning from Frank, Evesham

Plenty and some white vinegar make a great way to clean windows!!

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Smell Sponges from Ed, Kidderminster

No more smell sponges, soak up plenty of water in to the sponge and then zap it in the microwave for a couple of min, it will kill the germs in the sponge and then with the steam from the sponge on the inside of the microwave using a sheet of plenty you can wipe away all the grime from inside the microwave!

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boys and wee from LIZ, chesterfield

put ping pong balls in your toilet to teach little (and big) boys to aim prioperly. Less cleaning!!!

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Puppy Piddle from Mark, Wallsend

1 piece of Plenty is all you need for the odd puppy accident

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clean from h, bathgate

use to clean

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tiles from Margaret, Spilsby

Use just one sheet to buff up your bathroom tiles

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Re-use it from Edward, Oxford

It's true, you really only need "Juan Sheet". Also, if your moping up something water soluable like orange juice, you can even wash out the sheet, dry it and reuse it one more time! It's more economical than it looks

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Use the plenty to wipe up juice from M, london

Grab a sheet of plenty and then ddjd

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cleaning windows from julie, liverpool

always clean your windowa with vinegar and polish up with a couple of sheets of plenty afterwards

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Lining the Waste Box from Jake, Worcester

We always use Plenty to line the Kitchen Waste Tub!

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mr from ken, notts

get wipeing

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instead of plates from john, WEMBLEY

use one sheet of plenty when youre having fruit peel can then be wrapped up to go in the recycling

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Defrost Freezer from Robin, Bristol

When defrosting the Freezer, put some sheets of Plenty down to soak up the melting ice ice baby!

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stainless steel from PATRICIA, BIRMINGHAM

APPLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF WASHING UP LIQUID TO PLENTY TO POLISH UP STAINLESS STEEL HOBS.

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cleaning from Oliver, Plymouth

use it for cleaning

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Cleaning bottles from Angela, Syston

If you need to clean inside a bottle, but don't have a bottle brush, put about a quarter of a sheet in the bottom and swish it around with some warm water and washing up liquid. Voila - clean bottle!

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wet from David, abingdon

mop up wet things

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Shiney windows from Michelle, Lurgan

Clean Winows with vinegar, hot water and newspaper.

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cleaner shower rail from personslised, manchester

use a damp piece of plenty to clean shower rails

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Removing crayon from walls from Sarah, Slough

If you have a naughty toddler who thinks that's it's ok to drawer on walls. Spray hairspray onto the wall and use a sheet of plenty to gently rub the crayon off. It's like magic!

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clean from judith, northfleet

cleanup wet spills while still wet

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Baby Wipes from Helen, Middlesbrough

Baby wipes are also great for cleaning up.

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Great for cleaning up dropped eggs when baking with my niece's!!! from Sam, Gravesend

The kids got a little carried away with the baking and a half full carton of eggs fell on the floor and ***. PLenty cleaned it up fantastically

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babys from cassie, HAVANT

always keep a roll of plenty in your living room where your children are

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Stir Fry from Paul, Cheltenham

Use a Sheet of Plenty to Clean the Wok after a delish stir fry!

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car from susie, reading

keep a roll in the car! Clearing windows, wiping up spills. Use as a dinnermat for lunch on the move.

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sparkly windows ! from lucy, whitchurch

a quick buff with plenty and your window's will sparkle !

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pedicure from chris, heywood

roll up a strip of plenty , weave between toes for a good toe seperater when you paint your toe nails.

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mop up from linzi, heywood

put greasy food from the frying pan onto some plenty kitchen roll to soak up the excess fat.

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MOP UP AS YOU GO from IRENE, SURBITON

KEEP SURFACES CLEAN BY HAVING A SHEET TO HAND TO MOP UP SPILLS IMMEDIATELY

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Table Napkins from Susan, Larkfield

With a little bit of origami a sheet of plenty makes a pretty table napkin at meal times.

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dont spill anything! from bill, exeter

i just wanted the voucher, so figured a suggestion of remembering not to spill anything was relevant.

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Children's packed lunch sandwiches from Naheed, Leicester

If your children take a packed lunch to school, if they put them in a sandwich box, wrap the sandwiches in Plenty first to prevent there from being a big mess at lunchtime.

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baby wipes from Enya, Northampton

baby wipes are good for cleaning anything - even blood.

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Shower grim from Taneka, London

cleaning a shower screen to get rid of streaks left behind by normal cloths. once cleaned dry the shower screen with plenty.

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Wall cleaning from paul, london

Always clean walls from top to bottom, avoiding water runs on precleaned surface.

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Be prepared from Jane, Bolton

Make sure to have all the products you need to use and always use a Plenty kitchen towel to give the finishing touch.

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A cleaner microwave from Ellen, Sunderland

Use to cover bacon when cooking in the microwave. No splashes makes for a cleaner microwave!

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clean from sharon, burnham on sea

baby wet wipes clean most things off

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Keeping fresh herbs fresher longer from Wendy, Gateshead

keep cut fresh herbs in the fridge longer by wrapping in a damp piece of plenty!

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Damp Plenty - Attracts the Dust from Mark, Worcester

Dampen a sheet of plenty, then use to remove large amounts of dust that accumulates under the bed and on top of cupboards!

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my right hand from aleksandra, London

Plenty products are just like my right hand! I use them to almost everything: frying (take out oil from meet),cooking, cleaning all surface, my son use them to clean his hands, making some his own toys.

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windows from claire, Sidcup

use newspaper to clean your windows

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coupons from vicki, cheshunt

print the money off coupons !

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Football from Brian, Gloucester

I always take a couple of sheets to the football, incase it rains, I use them to wipe my glasses dry!

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Sparkly from Maria, Dundee

Use Plenty to buff up your windows after washing them to give them a nice sparkly shine.

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Candle wax from Tom, Wigan

To get candle wax out of clothes/carpet get a cloth and iron over the top and this should remove the wax

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Value for Money from Sharon, Wallasey

I have used Plenty for some time now and I find it out lasts any other kitchen towel as I am able to ring out the towel and reuse it again and again.

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wash car from h, boghead

wash the car

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glass cleaner from sam, brackley

excellent for use with window cleaner - sparkling windows

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Salad Draw from David, Yeovil

Use Plenty to absorb excess moisture in your Salad Draw to keep your salad fresher for longer!

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Re-use sheets from Ed, Oxford

If you wipe up something that cleans off in water, Plenty is strong enough that it can be rinsed off under the cold tap and dried for reuse!

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DIRTY DOG WIPES CLEAN from CHRISTINE, Ipswich

Use damp sheets then dry to wipe down a dirty mud splattered dog after its walk....just wish I could print the 50p coupon!!!

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clean from louise, burnham on sea

vinegar

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Thrifty from Personalised, Heckmondwike

When using a slow cooker, pop a piece of Plenty under the lid to absorb all the condensation the slow cooker generates.

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Car Plenty from Carl, Bristol

Keep a roll of plenty in your car at this time of year to help keep the windscreen clean from winter salt and grit!

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plenty polishes it from Donna, birminghm

For glass and chrome, plenty definitely does the job to bring it up to that lovely shine. Simply achieve this by using one sheet to buff away any excess moisture on a reflective surface and it will leave you both gleaming!

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Vingegar is Amazing! from hazel, Arbroath

use for glass, stainless steel - small amount on sheet of plenty works wonders

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Napkins from Scott, Bristol

The seasonal Plenty make great napkins at this time of year!

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Wine from Sam, York

Spill wine? Use plenty straight away to mop up the excess.

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help from matt, watford

get someone else to do it!

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wine from vanessa, stoke on trent

white wine cleans red wine a treat!

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cleaning potty from susan, ayr

squirt of disinfectant and i piece of plenty for cleaning the potty

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cleaning potty from susan, ayr

squirt of disinfectant and i piece of plenty for cleaning the potty

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old towels from o, garnant

use old towels for dusting

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lemon from o, ammanford

use lemon to clean taps

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Not just for nails! from Danny, Belfast

Nail varnish remover can lift even the most stubborn marks!

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Great for food from Carrie-Anne, Essex

Always great to dry freshly washed salad, strawberries etc. Soaks up the water without the towel ripping and leaving bits all over the food.

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Poached egg from Richard, Wheaton aston

When cooking breakfast We cook the eggs then place in cold water Then dry with tissue Place back in hot water when needed then dry again The perfect way for us all to sit down for breakfast at the same time

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cheap clean from T, London

vinegar is a woman's best friend

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Keep storage containers dry and clean from Stuart, Surbiton

I always put a sheet in our storage containers after they have been cleaned so that they stay fresh and dry.

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sausages from kay, gravesend

pat cooked sausages with a sheet of plenty to absorb excess grease making them healthier.

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asparagus from Claire, Ardgay

wrap your asparagus in damp Plenty before you put it in the fridge and it will last much longer.

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Use half a sheet from Jenny, Ynysybwl

For small jobs I tear the sheet in half to make it go further and save some money!

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Re use each sheet from Jenny, Ynysybwl

Hi if I'm cleaning up food or drink i rinse the sheet and when dry I can re-use it, saving me money!

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Cleaning Windows from Jason, Bath

Use Plenty and some Vinegar for shinny Windows and Glass

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No need for dishclothes! from Sue, London

I use Plenty The Big One for everything, under the cups when I make tea/coffee, draing the veg, on a plate to soak up oil from cooked foods, it's use is endless! I also put it under the cat food bowls and under the litter tray, easy to scoop up after the mess the cat makes!!

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Chips from Seb, Bristol

Tax the excess fat off chips by placing on a sheet of plenty after coming out of the friar!

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all round cleaning cloth from Kathleen, Dewsbury

i threw away all my dishcloths cos i find that plenty does everything i needed cloths for. no more smelly cloths under my sink. i clean for two ladies each week and have got them using plenty too.i love it for polishing up my windows and the glass in shower cubicles. i even use it to dry off the floor after mopping, saves any risk of slipping or footmarks on wet floors. could not manage without my plenty

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clean shoes from A, glasgow

Use baby wipes to clean football boots, saves dirtying cloths

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Greasy Pizza? from Jo, High Wycombe

Pizza swimming with cheese grease on top? Glenty dab and soak it up with a sheet of plenty!

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Planty in the Car from alison, caerdydd

Plenty is better than any chamois cloth around the car. Use it for demisting windows, polishing, cleaning etc

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Salad Draw from Roger, Exeter

Use it to Line the Salad Draw of your Fridge, helps reduce excess moisture!

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if you spill something from Jim, Norfolk

clean it up

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cleaning from louise, burnham

use vinegar

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Oily Hands from Jim, Newtownabbey

Rub some liquid soap into your hands before working on an engine or other oily equipment. When you wash your hands the dried in soap will wash off taking most of the oil with it.

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Messy kids from angela, manchetser

Plenty is excellent for cleaning spilled painting water when spilt,

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Window cleaning from Jay, Belvedere

Apply distilled vinegar on to window and wipe off with sheet of Plenty to give clean, sparkling windows. Works on mirrors too.

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buffing up floors from sarah, broadway

if you dont want to walk on a wet floor and muck it up, pop a sheet of plenty under each foot. you'll be buffing up the floor as you slide!

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Use Again from Graham, Reading

Mop up spills and wring out you can do this with Plenty!

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Toilet Hidden Spots from Neil, Newbury

Use a Damp Plenty to clean up behind the loo, there is often lots lurking there!!

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plenty o plenty from chris, bury

make the most of bogof and buy two for 'x' offers to get the most plenty for your cash!

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polishing windows from mary, falkirk

plenty is really great for shinning up windows after washing them with a chamoi

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Clean your microwave from cheryl, Cambridge

For dried on food in a microwave put a bowl of water with a squeeze of washing up liquid and bleech in it and put on high for 5 minutes. The steam will loosen the dried on spills and then wipe clean.

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MUM from Paul, Halesowen

Never leave home!

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Toothbrush from P, Manchester

Save your old toothbrushes and use them for cleaning hard to reach areas, e.g. around the base of taps, or for cleaning nasty marks on toilet bowls - you can throw them away straight after.

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No more greasy food from Bavi, London

When frying food put it on a sheet of plenty which will soak up excess oil - you'll feel much healthier for it!

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mopping red wine up from deborah, accrington

if you have spilt a glass of red wine on cream carpet pour some white wine on top and some plenty kitchen roll to mop up excess liquid you will find no red wine stain and will clean up brill

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Clean pants from Geoff, Sunderland

If you have tug use a sheet of plenty and when it drys up just soak in water to use again. No more white stains in the pants!!

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Wine Drinkers! from Marian, Ballymena

After washing and rinsing, polish wine glasses with paper towels, before they're allowed to dry. They will then be smear-free

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Less is more from Mark, South Shields

Only ever use one sheet of at a time, and use tissues for your nose!

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spills from janine, telford

dfgdrd ddrsts drdrstrs ndstrss ddyrst

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polishing from LOUISE, Nottingham

after using wipes, hot cloth, various expensive shammies and polishes as well as the TV cloth that it came with, I now use a shop brand polish and a sheet of plenty to wipe my flat screen TV clean of sticky fingerprints!

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polishing from LOUISE, NOTTINGHAM

after using wipes, hot cloth, various expensive shammies and polishes as well as the TV cloth that it came with, I now use a shop brand polish and a sheet of plenty to wipe my flat screen TV clean of sticky fingerprints!

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painting from LOUISE, NOTTINGHAM

i always give my girls (aged 1 and 3) a couple of sheets of plenty when they're painting, to wipe their brushes on to stop drips all over the table....easy to wipe paint off the brushes too,so saves on the washing up!!!

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MIRRORS & VINEGAR from ANDREW, NOTTINGHAM

USE NEWSPAPER AND VINEGAR TO GIVE MIRRORS BACK THEIR CLEANLINESS!

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eco decorating from sandra, co dublin

re-use paint brushes - wash in warm water until water runs clear; wrap brush in one sheet of plenty

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CUT IN 2 from jennifer, alfreton

Cut a sheet in 2 if its only a small spill

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STuff Trainers from ella, Kinghorn

stuff wet trainers with Plenty --much better than newspaper. Then dry Plenty & reuse!

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Cleaning your windows from claire, Kent

Use newspaper to clean your windows

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Underpants = Dusters from Jill, Newport

I always use my husbands old underpants as dusters!

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miss from Monika, cardiff

separate sandwiches for kids to school

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Babies from Julie, Redditch

I always keep one on hand when feeding my baby...there are plenty of spills!

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Greasing Muffin Tins! from Linda, Stockport

Take a sheet of plenty, add oil to it, grease muffin tins to stop sticking. Voila!

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CLEAN from To, London

Use vinegar to clean, nice and cheap and does the job

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Touch of comfort from louise, Dunstable

Use you bounty kitchen roll to apply a little laundry softner to your gloss cupboard fronts around your TV to stop the static electricity and therefore reducing dust collection.

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macaroni from h, boghall

good for macaroni spil

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Tried Fried Plenty from Julie, Redditch

I use plenty when frying food. After frying place the food, such as homemade fishfingers, on a sheet of plenty and it absorbs any excess oil.

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use as a plate from E, Dublin

When making toast or sandwiches, use a sheet of plenty instead of a plate - will also serve as a napkin or even a general duster when finished. No washup - YAY!

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beans from h, armadale

soak up bean sauce

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shower clean from judith, oxford

clean the shower cubicle with a sheet of plenty after you have had a shower and it is all moist and steamy!

  • 46 people like this comment

Dont DIY ... from Louise, Camberley

... get someone else to do it if you can!

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Clean your windows with plenty from Rebecca, Hemsworth

Instead of using a chamois leather to clean your windows use a window spray and wipe with plenty. Saves lots of time and leaves them sparkling.

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microwave from h, falkirk

use it to cover beans in microwave

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half sheet from col, kendal

If you only have a small spill to mop up cut one sheet into 2 or 3 depending on the size of the spill, this will make your roll last even longer.

  • 42 people like this comment

Cleaning sinks from Susie, Corfe Mullen

Use plenty to shine up your sink when cleaned

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Cleaning windows use plenty from cassie, cambridge

Always use plenty when cleaning windows

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Sparkling windows from sian, wrexham

When cleaning your windows add vinegar to the water and wipe with plenty to leave a sparkling clean

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food prep from stella, banbury

use it to soak up grease from bacon or sausages to keep food healthier!

  • 42 people like this comment

keep a roll in the car from Fred, Bourne

keep a roll in the car for all sorts of reasons!

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bacon from LYDIA, swindon

make your bacon healthier by placing on plenty to get rid of excess fats after cooking

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cut in half from liz, maidenhead

Make them go further - cut them in half

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cleaning from louise, burnham

baby wipes get loads of stuff off

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Cleaning muddy boots from Frances, Preston

Plenty kitchen towel is great for cleaning muddy walking boots. Gets into the deep treads on the bottom easily.

  • 42 people like this comment

Miss from Gemma, Southend

I use plenty for clenaing out my cat litter trays as i can throw it away when done with it its hygenic.

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Great for wiping out bins after washing from cat, Lutterworth

I find that after washing out the kitchen bin plenty is just great at wiping them out and leaving them ready to use

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soak from carl, highland

apply a wee bit of pressure on carpet to soak up even more

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Save washing up from Susan, Bolton

Save washing up - a sheet of plenty doubles as a paper plate and hand wiper for quick snacks

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Stop Dirty Doggy Paw Marks from Sarah, Smethwick

When walking dogs keep a few sheets of plenty with your doggy *** bags - that way should they get muddy paws whilst out you can quickly wipe them before letting them back in the house and loose on your nice clean carpets and floors

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trainers tip from ali, wsm

drop a little fragrance oil onto a sheet of plenty, scrunch up and pop inside toe end of trainers/boots/shoes. Keeps them smelling fresh and not cheesy!

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car lights from JULIE, PETERBOROUGH

Always keep some plenty in the car to be able to clean your lights when they get dirty!

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Cleaner fridge from stacey, wgc

After cleaning the fridge line the veg box and any shelves with plenty. It will absorb moisture, catch crumbs and spills and means that when you next need to clean the fridge it will be a much smaller job!

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cleaning glass from kendra, middlesbrough

Put a little vinegar in your water when washing your glass work. It will give a dazzling shine

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sparkly glass! from suzanne, Shropshire

Buff glass coffee tables with newspaper for superior shine!

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windows from kerri, aberdeen

great for polishing windows too

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always use accordingly from r, swansea

akways use accordingly

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pen on tshirt from claire, maidstone

spray a little hairspray on the felt pen mark before washing and it should lift the stain off whilst in the wash

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kitchen worktop from sheila, stirling

use to beff up your kitchen worktops for a great shine

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Buff up the Windows from Judith, Hastings

After I have cleaned the windows I take a sheet or two of plenty and buff them up , it removes the bits of moisture and water that have been left behind and gives a nice shine.

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carpets from aam, batley

great for spills on carpet

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Mop up water from robert, Manchester

If you spill water on the kitchen worktop you can use Plenty to mop it up.

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multipack from Vicki, cheshunt

Buy the packs with free 2 rolls

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multi from vicki, cheshunt

buy the multi pack with 2 free rolls !

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bathroom from JULIE, PETERBOROUGH

use a little washing up liquid on a square of plenty and wipe over mirrors in the bathroom to stop them *** up

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in salad/carrot bag in fridge from zee, reading

Pop a sheet in an opened bag of salad, carrots etc in the fridge and it stops the salad/veg from going soggy

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glass cleaning from scarlett, london

put some vinegar on a sheet of plenty and polish your glasses

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Tough Stains from Duncan, Ferndown

Use a baby wipe to remove tough stains then dry with a Plenty towel.

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muddy paws from Ann, Rayleigh

great to wipe pets muddy paws before they ruin your clean floor.;

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Woks and Actifrys from Isobel, Newcastle upon Tyne

Use a sheet of Plenty to clean out your non-stick wok or Actifry cooker instead of harsh washing up liquid and water, to preserve the non-stick coating.

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halfprice from Eileen, Milton Keynes

Take a friend shopping and go halves on the buy one get one free offers.

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Sparkling! from Joanne, Wakefield

Great for cleaning mirrors, leaves them sparkling!

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Window cleaning from Kacee, Wakefield

Great for cleaning windows with just a touch of vinegar and hot water.

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Windows from Joanne, Wakefield

Great for cleaning windows!

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Cost Effective from Malcolm, Apperley Bridge

Multi-use the paper as it's twice as thick and very longlasting.

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bleeding radiators from Louise, Gt Yarmouth

when you need to bleed your radiators hold a sheet of pleanty under the key to catch any water that may eacape when all the last bit of air is released

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Towel Fold from Darren, London

Even for bigger spills i try to use only once piece and if I need a thick piece of towel i just fold it up!

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clean from paula, belfast

absorbent

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Mrs from A, Glasgow

Regularly rinse out the soap drawer on your washing machine to prevent build up of scum

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Dirt from Rosemary, York

Use a onion and vinegar to help with cleaning dirt off surfaces

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Mrs from A, Glasgow

When trying to get the dirt from shirt collars and cuffs sprinkle some salt onto the area aswell as washing liquid to help lift the dirt

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Windows from Kirsty, Falmouth

Use vinegar and newspaper to clean windows and leave them with a great shine

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tough stains from shahida, london

lemon jucie with vinegar is great

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good for glass from lou, bristol

clean the glass with worm soapy water and then use one sheet of plenty to buff the glass to make it shine

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cheap glass cleaner from esther, mossley

Use an empty spraybottle.2/3 Water.1/3 vinegar. I makes excellent glasscleaner.

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go in from Gordon, Worksop

When cleaning a large spill, start at the outside in a circular motion and work your way in

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Wiping sore bums from Louise, Durham

When my little boy has a sore *** I use Plenty soaked in water to clean him up at nappy change time. The sheets are really strong and don't fall to pieces and he doesn't get covered in cotton wool fluff!

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soak from Jane, Nottingham

If you have a bad stain put washing liquid on and leave to soak for 20 before washing

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good for glass cleaning from louise, bristol

wash out any glass with worm soapy water and use one sheet of plenty to clean the glass and then use another sheet of plenty to buff shine !!

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Removing limescale from tabs from silke, calne

Wrap a sheet of plenty around your tab spray with your favourite limescale remover come back after a while and whipe off the tabs-no limescale!

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Soaks up spills from Mark, Leicester

When defrosting food, I always place items in a dish to thaw. However, this causes condensation and leaves a wet ring on the counter-top or fridge shelf - I always put 2 sheets of PLENTY underneath, then simply wipe the excess water away.

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Soaks up spills from Rachael, Leicester

When defrosting food, I always place items in a dish to thaw. However, this causes condensation and leaves a wet ring on the counter-top or fridge shelf - I always put 2 sheets of PLENTY underneath, then simply wipe the excess water away.

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Shiny clean glass from Rachael, Leicester

I always wipe my kitchen cabinet glass doors with a damp cloth and some detegent, then polish off with a sheet of PLENTY - this leaves then sparkling clean!

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vinegar from andrina, chipping norton

if you place a cup full of white vinegar inthe drum of your washing machine and run it on the hottest wash this really give it a good clean through

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Clean funnel from Andy, Great Yarmouth

After doing an oil change on your car use a rolled up sheet of Plenty to clean the inside of the funnel you used to pour the oil in.

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Bleach from Carl, Manchester

Half a cap full of bleach in the wash with a full load of whites will bring them up a treat. But only half a cap!

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small jobs from debra, cumbria

for smaller jobs cut one sheet into halfs or quarters to make it last longer.

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Cleaner house from Lisa, Nottingham

to remove red wine stains add white winr

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shower head cleaning from Lisa, Nottingham

To clean the head of your shower detach and place in a bag of lemon juice. Leave for 2 hours and rinse

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remove pet hairs from andrea, Penzance

remove pet hair from clothes with damp plenty

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Cleaning products from S, Gt Yarmouth

Always dilute your cleaning products to make them go further

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shinny taps from louise, bristol

after cleaning taps (i.e bathroon) get a dry sheet of plenty to buff the tape making them shine !!!

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non slip chopping board from c, norfolk

1 damp sheet of plenty under your chopping board will stop it from moving about while you work.

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Use as a cheap napkin from Matt, York

Use it as a cheaper napkin as it holds so much water!

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remove ink stains from clothes from sandra, stonehouse

place a sheet of plenty behind stain on clothing, spray the stain generously with hairspray, remove the sheet of Plenty then put clothing in normal wash cycle. stain will be completely removed.

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feeding bib from Rod, mk

I use 1 sheet when feeding my baby as it saves washing loads of bibs and works out cheaper as one sheet does one feed

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seeds from helen, southampton

put a damp sheet in the bottom of a pot,and grow your cress seeds on top.always keeps them damp.

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polishing shoes from helen, southampton

use a sheet of plenty to polish your shoes.then you dont have dirty dusters/brushes ***.

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A Little of Everything! from Emily, Harrogate

Having just moved house I can safely say that Plenty comes in useful for pretty much everything! I have used it for washing and drying pots, cleaning the bathroom, cleaning kitchen cupboards, as an extension to the draining board, wrapping sandwiches and many others. I am not sure what I would have done without it!

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Sausages from P, Gloucester

After grilling your sausages, dab them with plenty kitchen towel to soak up the excess fat from them before serving on your plate. Yummy sausages, but healthier for you as not as much fat!

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cleaning for blokes from c, norfolk

the best way to clean up your motorbike helmet after going for a ride wet a sheet of plenty and leave on your visor for 10-15 mins and all the bugs just wipe straight off. easy, and quick and cheap.

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Stop spilling the fabric conditioner from Emma, Nottinghamshire

I strugged to put in the right amount of fabric conditioner and I alway ending up spilling it, so now I put it in a water bottle with a drinks lid on then I can pour it slowly without it spilling al lover.

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kids party joy from anthony, sturminster newton

great as napkins at a kids party

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Just keep using it from Anascent, Apperley Bridge

Plenty is so strong you can use it again and again

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Keep organized Home for everything from sam, ramsgate

If you have a place for everything it doesn't matter when the house gets untidy. It only takes few minutes to find homes for everything that is out of place!

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carpet from a, dewsbury

good for spolls

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NATURAL from AMBIKA, PERIVALE

USE LEMON AS A DEODROSIER

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Sandwich saver from Laura, Glasgow

I like to wrap my sandwiches for lunch in paper towel to help reduce the bread going soggy, and it can be used as a napkin when you're eating the sandwich the next day!

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no limescale from Eileen, Milton Keynes

dont scrub taps, just put half a lemon on them over night and next day the limescale will be gone.

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Absorb Moisture from Joanne, Wakefield

To dry out the bottom of a hard to reach jar or container put a loosely scrunched up piece of plenty in there to soak up excess moisture

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floor from a, dewsbury

great for cleaning floors

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How to keep your mum happy from stephanie, Hayle

Put a trail of plenty down on a freshly cleaned floor. That way no grimy or grubby foot prints will make it onto the floor before a 'big visit' ~!!

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Hanger Help from Ann, Burnham on Sea

Wrapping a sheet of Plenty around the shoulders of a wire or plastic coat hanger stops silky clothes from sliding off.

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carpet from aam, dewsbury

great for cleaning spills on carpets

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Baking Vinegar from Marc, Bradford

Smelly sink? Pour some baking soda down and let it sit for a while, the pour some vinegar down and watch it flush away that smell!

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Keep in Car from Carmel, Lancaster

Keep a spare roll of Plenty in your car - great for cleaning inside of windows when they get dirty or steamed up

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Slippy bowls! from kathryn, Sheffield

Put a sheet of Plenty under kids cereal bowls to stop them slipping around on their tray, saves the spills!!

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to wet meat from agnieszka, woking

if your portion of pork or chciken are to wet to fry wipe it with plenty cloth. its safe because the papertowels are steong.

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cleaning chrome/metal on cooker fronts or hoods etc from bev, rhoose

don't waste money on expensive chrome cleaner after you've washed the front of your metal oven dry it with a sheet of plenty and then with a clean sheet put some cheap baby oil on it and rub it into the metal. You will enjoy shiny smear free gleaming chrome and your cooker will look just like new.

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Cleaning windows from Catherine, Port Talbot

I use plenty with white vinegar to splarkle up my windows

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Chip Grease from Fiona, Hungerford

After making my favourite dish of homemade chips I find they are often very greasy. A couple of sheets of plenty helps soak up the grease before serving!

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Allway from Ken, Tewkesbury

Allways buy Plenty of Plenty as one sheet is your man.

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keep your washing machine smelling fresh from Diane, ilkeston

after you have finished using your washing machine wipe the door seal with a sheet of plenty to assboared the water,this helps your seals from going mouldy.

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Washing machine from Christine, Preston

I use plenty to wipe the rubber door seal of the washing machine after use as it can collect water and go stagnant if not used for a few days

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Greasy kitchen cupboard tops? from silke, calne

Put plenty on top of your kitchen cupboards for less cleaning . Any grease will stick to it and it will be much easier to clean.

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am i lazy? from chazz, camberley

i don't look busy, 'cause i did it right the first time.

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uvpc from chris, portsmouth

use rinse aid to clean uvpc

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hob from a, dewsbury

great for cleaning the hob

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polishing glasses easy!!!!!!!!! from muhammad, guildford

pur in a bowl hot water. keep glass over the bowl for few secunds and then wipe with plenty sheet. Sparkless!!!!!!

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FRIDGE TIP from S., NOTTINGHAM

USE IT TO LINE YOUR FRIDGE AND YOU'LL KEEP FRIDGE AND PRODUCTS THERE CLEAN AND HEALTHY.

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sparkly windows ! from gary, whitchurch

windows come up sparkling when claned with plenty !

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emergency coffee fliter from gemma, bury

plenty can be used as an emergency coffee filter

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Easy Peasy from Marcus, Yeadon

Use plenty several times each sheet become cost efficient.

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frog napkins from chris, bury

plenty sheets are sturdy enough to fold into origami jumping frogs which really impress dinner guests!

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Draining potatoes from Deirdre, Portsmouth

After boiling potatoes, drain and put back on heat. Cover potatoes with a sheet of plenty and sheet will soak up any moisture and leave your potatoes dry and fluffy.

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Cut pan scourers in half from L, Abingdon

Cut pan scourers in half before you use them.

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Half a lemon to clean your dishwasher from L, Abingdon

Put half a lemon in your dishwasher to clean it through

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easy dusting from gemma, bury

apply your furniture polish to a sheet of plenty rather than the thing you're dusting to save polish and leave a streak-free shine

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grease remover from rod, mk

Lay your fried bacon on a sheet an it soaks up all the fatty grease before you serve up

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Reduce mess from R, wrexham

A sheet of plenty under a bowl of soup reduces the mess if a spillage occurs.

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How to clean worktops without rips in kitchen roll from Liz, Pontypridd

Keep the plenty nice and damp otherwise if you wipe too much on the worksurface if will start to wear away and rip.

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drip sheet from gillian, calne

Line out out fruit and Veg draw with some sheets of plenty,in will soak up any liquids and will stop spoiling the rest of the produce.

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cleaning from sharon, berrow

use vinegar

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Overflowing wax tart in burner? from A, Belfast

I have discovered that if I have melted a fragranced wax *** in too shallow a burner and it looks like it's about to overflow, I can dip a sheet of Plenty into the melted wax and it will soak up just enough of the wax so that it won't cause it to run down the side of the burner!

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Mirror Bright from L, Hythe

Plenty shines up a grimy mirror with ease.

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mrs from Joanne, northampton

a little goes a long way

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be cheap from lynn, Milton Keynes

Go shopping with a friend and go for the BOGOF items.

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Greenies Meenies... from Lars, Nose

Catches big bogies every time, Yum Yum..

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One Swipe from Lars, Arseville

Better than andrex one wipe cleans all

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plenty instead of a plate from lucy, whitchurch

use a sheet of plenty for a snack to eat instead of a plate

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Better Bacon with Plenty from Stephanie, Leamington Spa

Before cooking bacon, gently layout out on a sheet of plenty and press another sheet on top. This removes excess moisture and gives a better slice of bacon with less spitting and sizzling.

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great for bicycle spokes from anthony, Aberdeen

use plenty to wipe clean your bicycle spokes. Leaves them gleamimg

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cleaning glass tables from marie, telford

Buff a glass table with newspaper for a great shine!

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make curtains glide open and shut with ease from Lindsay, heywood

clean / spray your metal curtain rod with furniture polish to make curtains open and shut effortlessly.

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tea from naomi, london

wipe the bottom of your mug with plenty before putting it on the table

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Old tooth brushes from Hazel, Crawley

Use an old tooth brush or a cheap supermarket tooth brush to clean stubborn marks/ stains around your bathroom taps. Tooth brushes are great for getting into all the hard to reach places

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Removing Pet Hair from Jenna, Lisburn

When trying to remove pet hair from clothes and other fabrics, wear rubber gloves and run you hand over the material, the rubber lifts the hairs. Wash off with damp cloth and continue as necessary

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Lemon Juice from Jane, Ferndown

Lemon juice will clean limescale from taps

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Clean Car from JULIE, PETERBOROUGH

Keep some plenty in the glove compartment and use whenever your lights need a clean up-makes for safer driving , other cars can see you and you can see them!

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dog drool from Tracey, Rochdale

with 3 dribbly mastiffs they drool more than they drink and plenty is very good at soaking it all up

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mould remover from teresa, lowestoft

soak white vivegar and barcarbonate soda on to plenty kitchen towell to remove mould on washing machine rim

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chips from kathleen, carrickfergus

when cooking chips i always put a sheet on plate and pour chips on it drains all the extra oil of so no more greasey chips

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clean mirrors from E, Portsmouth

Pour some white vinegar into a spray bottle and spray you bathroom/bedroom mirrors with it to polish it!

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metal splash backs from E, Portsmouth

Use a few drops of olive oil on a cloth to polish up stainless steel splashbacks!

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rinse and re use from I, .

One sheet really does plenty as you can use just one sheet to wipe down kitchen work tops by rinsing the paper sheet during use, as the paper stays together well enough to do this. This gives you a fresh clean sheet of Plenty, making it last twice as long for twice as much kitchen cleaning power!

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Keeping cheese moist from A, ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH

wrap hard cheese like parmesan in a moist sheet of plenty, then wrap in tin foil and store in fridge to stop the cheese drying out

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Draining washed seafood from Jackie, Stowmarket

When having seafood I always put them in a colander and run them under a tap. Once washed simply place a sheet of Plenty in a bowl or on a plate and tip your seafood from the colander. Plenty removes the surplus water and food ready for use. This can be done with other foods of course.

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cheap fix from claire, newcastle

White vinegar on paper works wonders for a streak free finish

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cheap fix from claire, newcastle

White vinegar on paper works wonders for a streak free finish

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Samosas from Aisha, London

If you pad a tub with plenty tissues before putting in the samosas, the thickness of the towel will keep the tub warm for a while, hence keeping the samosas warmer for longer (or any fried products)

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Line the veg draw from Rebecca, Llangollen

Line the base of the veg draw with a sheet or two, helps soak up anything that my drip and is easier to clean up with

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when stung from karen, northampton

poor vinegar onto plenty and dab over sting, as it absorbs liquid its not messy like with cotton wool etc

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cat litter tray cleaning from roxane, peterborough

use plenty as a liner for the bottem of the litter tray, so you dont have to scrub the bottem of the tray

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how to get a smear free finish from LISA, READING

once you have wiped stainless steal surfaces, go over with a sheet of plenty for a smear free finish.

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Make stainless steel sparkle! from S, Shropshire

To really make stainless steel sparkle and remove smears rub a little baby oil over the surface and then buff with a dry piece of Plenty!

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cleaning litter tray from Sam, London

I spray the empty litter tray with disinfectant and use Plenty to scoop up any remaining bits of litter or litter dust and disinfectant.

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glass from s, swindon

use vinegar and a plenty sheet, glass comes up a treat

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plenty tip from graeme, glasgow

Leave your plenty sheet on top of your spill, it will soak up the spill

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sandwiches from sharon, burnham on sea

we use plenty kitchen roll to wrap sandwiches in a packed lunch instead of food bags, better for the enviroment

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dab dab dab from D, leeds

Look for the splash splash splash and then gently dab dab dab!

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mr from lee, swindon

plenty takes care of those splills

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keep herbs fresh from Wendy, Tyne & Wear

Wet and sqeeze gently out a sheet of plenty and wrap around cut herbs - it keeps them fresh in the fridge for much longer!

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Microwave from Wendy, Gateshead

We always keep a sheet of plenty on the base of the microwave. It absorbs moisture plus if anything spills over, its caught!

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Any Wipe will do! from Bee, Dorset

Use any wipe (cheap) for cleaning round dusty surfaces.

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shiny sinks and baths from Susie, Corfe Mullen

After cleaning the bath and sinks at home I always use plenty to buff them up to a shine

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Dry out paint rollers from eleana, Edinburgh

Once you wash out your paint roller after painting ,Stand it up on its end and place a couple of sheets of plenty underneath.This helps draw out the water and catches the residual paint.

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Cooking Bacon from MAGGIE, PRESTON

I'm trying to lose weight but still want to have my weekly bacon buttie but i have found a way to reduce the calories. Layer juan sheet of plenty on a microwave tray and then layer the bacon on top- cover this with juan sheet of plenty and microwave for 2 - 3 minutes. Theres no washing up and Plenty absorbs all the grease

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blood on carpet from Maria, Prestatyn

pour a cup of milk over fresh bloodstain leave for a couple of minutes and then mop up with plenty it wiill take out the main part of the stain then do it again until clean

  • 40 people like this comment

Laptop cleaner from Ann, Leyland

Wipe the dust off your laptop keyboard and screen with a sheet of Plenty.

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Sweet smelling vacuum cleaning from Nicola, Hildenborough

When you change your vacuum cleaner bag (or when you empty your cleaner if bagless) pop a sheet of Plenty in with either some fabric conditioner or Febreze spray on it and your vacuum cleaner will emit a lovely fresh smell.

  • 42 people like this comment

Disposable shoe polisher from A, Glasgow

I always use a sheet of plenty sprayed with furniture polish to polish shoesit saves having extra cloths lying about

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Window condensation from Malcolm, Morecambe

To stop condensation from running from windows onto sills, unwrap a length of plenty to size of window,fold twice length-ways, lay along sill, it will absorb the moisture, further to this it can be wrung out of excess water, dried and will be ready for re-use again and again.

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egg and plenty. from sue, hereford

Afer boiling an egg,take a sheet of Plenty onto which you then shell the egg.When finished you have the option of recycling both egg shells and Plenty as compost,a green solution to disposing of something that normally ends up as landfill.

  • 45 people like this comment

simple effective cleaner from Molly, Exmouth

A simple effective cleaner. Make a paste of water and Bicarbonate of soda spread on article and leave for 30 minutes then wipe off with sheet of Plenty

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Napkins from Janet, Wrexham

When I run out of serviettes I use sheets of Plenty instead.

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Wet Dogs from vicki, Paignton

Since buying plenty i have thrown away all dishcloths and dusters simply because 'Plenty' is all i need but recently have started keeping a roll in the car to dry wet soggy dogs straight from their dip in the sea as it dries then beutifully But also handy for keeping the screen clean and many other incidents were you need a fantastic cloth when out and about

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Spills from HEATHER, Warwick

Plenty certainly lives up to its ad one sheet does the job or your money back. Several times when watering plants I have spilt water on the window sill. I just get one sheet of plenty mop up wring out on plants.

  • 45 people like this comment

Suck it up!! from Catherine, crewe

Use just 1 sheet of Plenty to soak up excess Ghee oil from your takeaway curry - It tastes even better!!!

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no more steamed up mirrors in the bathroom from margaret, glasgow

instead of glass cleaner,spray shaving foam on a sheet of plenty,use to clean your bathroom mirrors,buff up with another sheet of plenty,no more steamed up mirrors in your bathroom

  • 42 people like this comment

lunchboxes from sue, norfolk

Line lunchboxes with a sheet of Plenty, handy for spills or doubles up as a serviette.

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Dull Kettle from Susan, Southport

Chrome kettle dull after cleaning?. Simples, put a few drops of baby oil on a piece of Plenty, wipe over the kettle, then buff up with another piece of Plenty. Smells good too, when the kettle is boiling.

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Breaking glass from GILLIAN, MIDDLESBROUGH

If you break a glass, after you have collected the bigger pieces, wipe across the surface, gently, with some damp Plenty. This collects the tiny shards that are so difficult to see but are so easy to cut yourself on.

  • 41 people like this comment

Cleaner & Nicer Bin from Mary, Worthing

Add a few drops of an essential oil to a sheet of Plenty and pop in the bottom of an empty bin before putting in the bin liner. This helps to mop up any spills that may occur and keep your bin smelling sweet.

  • 46 people like this comment

Money Saver from Mary, Bracknell

A sheet of Plenty in the bottom of the vegetable draw of the fridge helps keep the vegetables fresher longer.

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washing machine nightmares from caroline, camborne

Use plenty instead of paper tissue in your pocket in case they get left in pockets in wash bin, they won't disintegrate in the washing and get over everything else.....

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Germinate seeds aPlenty from Janet, Stockton on Tees

Place your veg and plant seeds on a moistened sheet of Plenty. Place sheet in a empty fruit or veg carton.Seeds will propogate nicely before transplanting into pots

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Coffee Filter from Frances, Preston

Plenty kitchen towels are strong and absorbent enought to use as an emergency coffee filter, cheaper too!

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LINE KITCHEN CUPBOARD from DOROTHEA, WETHERBY

WE USE PLENTY IN A DOUBLE LAYER TO LINE KITCHEN CUPBOARDS AND THEN USE THE SAME TOWELSTO WASH THE CUPBOARDS BEFORE REPLACING THEM AGAIN

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Automatic plant waterer from Cat, Leeds

If you are going to be away from home for a couple of days, soak a doubled up layer of Pleny in cold water and place it under your plant pot, pur a little more water onto the saucer where yr Plenty sheets are, go away for your break and let plenty take care of keeping your plants watered until you return!

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BBQ Starter from g, Sheffield

Use a couple of crumpled sheets as a quick way to start a bbq

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Ink Stains from Sophie, Leeds

If you need to get ink off a hard surface, spray with hairspray and then rub with Plenty.

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Too tight shoes from Jane, London

When I buy new shoes and they are too tight, I wet a few sheets of Plenty, stuff them in the shoes and put them in the airing cupboard overnight. As the sheets dry and expand, the leather on the shoes expands as well, making them fit much better!

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† Featured in Good Housekeeping, April 2009.

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